Molí de l’oli de St. Josep – Ancient oil mill (1905)
Dominated by Josep Llimona’s sculpture it’s a building with a gable roof that reminds of a Romanesque church. It was restyled in the 90s but the open newel stair, a Catalan traditional structure, was preserved. Inside the building you can observe the first power supply mill of the region.
Casa Mauri (1907)
It’s a modernist mansion built in the first decade of the last century surrounded by a modernist garderns. Its rectangular floor-plan and its little tower give this building the appearance of a fortified palace. The decorations, made by Lluís Bru a ceramist who worked in the Palau de la Música Catalana and the Sant Pau Hospital, stands out for its stained glass windows, its wrought iron and its mosaics. The main themes of this beautiful decoration are the nature and the mythology. Actually, this modernist mansion has become the city council headquarters and a guided visit through the building is offered.