The church of Sant Climent de Taüll is a construction with a basilical layout of three naves. Attached to this structure is an imposing bell tower, perhaps the most impressive one in Vall de Boí. It is square at the base and has six floors, with different types of twin windows and triples on the third floor.
The exterior decoration is austere, but the paintings inside are marvellous, although some had to be moved to the National Museum of Art of Catalonia in Barcelona to be conserved.
Of this group of paintings, the most important is the Pantocrator, which was found in the central apse and has all of the features of style of these Christological representations: Expressive solemnity, the oval/circular niche, the crimson that represents the figure of Christ as the beginning and ending of all things, and the symbolical representations with animal forms used to show the evangelists.
The highlights of the rest of the paintings are the restored frescos kept in the north apse (including the image of Saint Climent) and the murals discovered during the restoration works in 2001, which represent the death of Abel at the hands of Cain.