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La Nou de Berguedà is a municipality in the comarca of Berguedà, Catalonia. Located on the left bank of the Llobregat River, it is most noted as a destination for outdoor activities. In particular, the mountain of Sobrepuny is a popular hiking destination.
The town is first recorded as a place name in 948, and is also recorded as having had part of its territory ceded to the Monastery of Ripoll in 1003.
Places of interest
- Mountain of Sobrepuny
- Roca de Lliri
- Sanctuary of Lourdes de La Nou, neoclassical, from the 19th century.