In 1999, the Chapel of the Blessed, which was in disuse, was adapted as the exhibition space of the Accuro project, a project by the bishopric of Vic, which consists of grouping the parochial cultural heritage by guaranteeing a correct identification, cataloging and warehousing of artistic heritage and religious goldsmith works.
The painting of the Last Supper was restored, and the foundations of the Romanesque apse – used when the chapel was built – were visible on the floor, which had been discovered during the rehabilitation works.