This basilica owes its name to the pine forest that once stood in its place, spanning from the walls of the Roman city to Las Ramblas. In the 1320s, work began on the basilica structure, which exemplifies the typical Barcelona Gothic style although the main entrance is Romanesque. Inside, a chapel lies in front of the chapter house containing the tomb of Josep Oriol, a saint from Barcelona. There is also a rosette window, truly impressive for its size and mesmerizing in all different lighting throughout the day. Visitors to the church are asked to donate to the conservation and restoration of the temple. However, outside regular visting hours, the temple is free to visit, and everyone is invited to participate in prayer.