The old parish church of Sant Iscle i Santa Victòria de les Feixes is a Romanesque building built in the 12th century in the valley of les Feixes, in the Collserola mountain range, on the remains of a Romanesque church documented since 995 and a cemetery with anthropomorphic tombs.
Sant Iscle is a unique element of medieval and modern history of Cerdanyola and its farmer past is reflected in the successive reforms that were made over the centuries. In 1995, to mark the thousand year old anniversary of the first documentary reference, a major archaeological intervention was made in the interior: the building was restored, partially recovering what it looked like in the 17th century, and it was musealised.
Today, the old sacristy hosts a small exhibition on the evolution of the church and the parish and you can see the remains of some anthropomorphic tombs. In the temple are visible Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance architectural elements.