Shire: Alt Urgell
Altitude: 702 m
Ribera d'Urgellet is a town located in the middle of the Alt Urgell, crossed by the river Segre. His term is made ??different entities, among which are Adrall, Castellar del Tost, grams, the Parroquia d'Horto, El Pla de Sant Tirs or Torà of Tost.
Within its municipal find a good representation of Catalan Romanesque. The most prominent example is the church of Sant Martí de Tost, consecrated in 1004 by the Bishop of Urgell. Although we also found other items such as Sant Esteve de Sauvanyà, Frutiós of fontelles Sant Sant Genis de Tost and the remains of Sant Pere de la Parroquia.
Pla de Sant Tirs
The provincial capital is held by the Pla de Sant Tirs, which as the name suggests is located in the plane of the term, just 700 meters. Although the village is made up on top and that is why many of the streets that make up are on the coast. There we find the Plaza Mayor, situated where the old cemetery, the era of Badia, Baix Square, Main Street, the de les Eres, the de la Font, the path of Rec and Sant Sebastia Street, which leads the visitor inside the chapel that bears his name and which is in the middle of town. Although, the parish church is dedicated to Sant Tirs and is renewed. Its bell tower is believed to have been a watchtower.
In 1239 the fighting troops of Roger Bernat I of Foix and the Bishop of Urgell destruieron Castle Pla de Sant Tirs.
The village festival is held the first Sunday in September.
Tost is a village practically been abandoned. Nevertheless, we can see the remains of the castle, some walls about two feet tall and distribution remains of stairs, and the church of Sant Martí, which had a canopy that is conserved between Vic and Museum MNAC and paintings noted for its Byzantine and English influence.