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1. Estació de Lleida-Pirineus
Lleida Pirineus is an important railway station serving the city of Lleida in Catalonia, Spain. It is located between the neighbourhoods of Pardinyes and Rambla de Ferran. The first train services in Lleida date of 1860, but the station wasn't built until 1927, and it did not adopt its current official name until 2003, when it underwent an ambitious reform. As a transport hub connecting the interior of Spain with the Corredor Mediterráneo, it serves both broad gauge and standard gauge trains, operated by both Adif-Renfe and Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya. It is the terminus of several regional railway services centered in Aragon and Catalonia. It's also one of the stations on the Madrid–Barcelona high-speed rail line, and it was its north-eastern terminus until 2008.
2. Monument a Indíbil i Mandoni
The statue of Indíbil and Mandoni is an academic work of Lleida included in the Inventory of Architectural Heritage of Catalonia. It is a bronze sculptural group located in the Agelet i Garriga square in Lleida, under the arch of the bridge, the old entrance to the city that connects the main street with the Old Bridge. The warriors, armed with chains, a spear and a falcata, represent Indíbil and Mandoni, two Ilergetian caudillos who defended Lleida from the attacks of the Carthaginians and the Romans, and thanks to the struggles and the right negotiations prevented the city from being devastated. .
3. Auditori Enric Granados
Auditori Enric Granados is the main concert hall in Lleida also hosting the city's music conservatory. It contains a symphonic hall with 803 seats and a chamber music hall with a capacity of 245. This music institution is named after the composer Enric Granados, who was born in Lleida in 1867. Located on Plaça Mossèn Cinto Verdaguer, the building was designed by local architects Ramon Artigues and Ramon Sanabria and opened in 1994 after ten years of construction and was officially inaugurated by Queen Sofía of Spain on 14 February 1995. Ancient remains of Lleida were found under the venue.
4. Palau de la Diputació de Lleida
The Palau de la Diputació de Lleida is a building in Lleida located on the Rambla de Ferran and Carrer del Carme and since 1898 has housed the headquarters of the Diputació de Lleida, local government of the province of Lleida. It currently houses the General Secretariat, Municipal Cooperation, Economic Area, IT, Human Resources, Heritage Resources and Archives, Studies and Information, as well as all political activity such as the Plenary Sitting, the Presidency, the Governing Board and the different Information Commissions. It is a building protected as a cultural asset of local interest.
5. CaixaForum Lleida
CaixaForum is a cultural centre managed by Fundación “La Caixa” located in 3 Avinguda de Blondel, in the city of Lleida, cornering Avinguda de Madrid, in the building popularly known as Montepío after the former name of a bank located in this building. The building which was the site of Cine Viñes became the cultural centre of Fundación “La Caixa” in 1989, so we can say that this building has always been related to cultural activities. It was later renamed in 2008 to keep the same naming convention of other centres from La Caixa.
6. Plaça del Clot de les Granotes
Plaça del Clot de les Granotes is a public square in Lleida protected as a cultural asset of local interest. The name of the square emerged during the mobilisation of local residents at the end of the 1970s, which sought to consolidate a green space instead of the blocks of flats that had been planned on the existing site. The name of the neighborhood Príncipe de Viana - Clot reflects this popular term. Until 2022, it was officially called Plaza de la Constitución, although the name never had popular roots.
7. Església de Sant Llorenç
Sant Llorenç is a Romanesque church in Lleida dating from the late 12th century, with Gothic additions from the 15th century. The initial architects of the church were Pere de Coma, the master of works who in charge of La Seu Vella, the old cathedral of Lleida. It has a nave and two aisles, built with the same height, and three apses; the nave is in the Romanesque style, whereas the aisles are Gothic, as is the octagonal bell tower. In 2002 part of the church was refurbished.
8. la Llotja de Lleida
La Llotja de Lleida is a theatre and congress centre in Lleida. It opened its doors in January 2010, and is owned by the city council. Giuseppe Verdi's Il Trovatore premiered there on 21 January that year. Its two congress halls, called A and B, have capacity for 400 and 200 people, while the main auditory, Sala Ricard Vinyes, has 1000 seats. It's located in Pardinyes, next to the river Segre and the Lleida Pirineus railway station, on the site of a former municipal market.
9. Museu d'Art Jaume Morera
The Museu d'Art Jaume Morera is a museum in Lleida (Catalonia) created by the Diputació de Lleida and the Lleida City Council with the collaboration of the painter Jaume Morera i Galícia. It is the museum of modern and contemporary art of the city of Lleida. Today is municipally owned and receives financial support from the Diputació de Lleida and the Department of Culture of the Generalitat of Catalonia. Its entrance is free.
10. Parc Municipal dels Camps Elisis
The Camps Elisis are an urban park in the city of Lleida, located in Cappont, divided into areas of gardens in the French and Romantic English style, built on the basis of wooded land. It contains the Glass Palace and the Mermaid Fountain. The Camps Elisis is a work of Lleida included in the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia and the music kiosk is also protected as a cultural asset of local interest.
11. Castell de Gardeny
Gardeny Castle is a monumental complex located on the Gardeny hill, one of the three hills in the city of Lleida along with the Turó de la Seu Vella and the Turó de la Serreta. It was home to one of the main Catalan orders of the Temple Order. The castle, itself, consists of two constructions of the Templar period and a walled enclosure of bastions of the 17th-18th centuries, which encircles everything.
12. la Paeria
The Palace of La Paeria is the name the city hall of Lleida, Catalonia, Spain, which currently houses the city council. The see is located on Plaça de la Paeria. Lleida's mayor is called Paer en cap, a term also used for Cervera's mayor. The term paer derives from Latin paciarum, meaning "man of peace". This title was given to Lleida's mayor as a special privilege by king James I The Conqueror in 1264.
13. Casa Sauces
The Casa Sauces, which houses the Boutique Mael, is one of the buildings with the most history and legend of Lleida. The emblematic construction has three facades that overlook the streets: Magdalena, Carme and in the unnamed square in front of the Diputación. This place was known before as the Butcher's Square and stood out especially for the so -called Massot porches, which were demolished in 1937.
14. Biblioteca Pública de Lleida
The Public Library of Lleida, also formerly called Biblioteca Pública de la Maternitat, is a public library in the city of Lleida. Its legal owner is the Generalitat de Catalunya. The building was originally a 19th-century maternity house, that is, an orphanage located in the Rambla d'Aragó and has operated as the town's main library since 1998, when it was heavily reformed.
15. Castell de la Suda
The Suda de Lleida or Castle of the King was the suda or alcassaba of the city of Lleida, of Andalusian origin. It is located on the hill of Seu Vella. After an important restoration that integrated it into the monumental complex of the old seat and castle of the King, the castle and its interpretation center have been open to visitors since the beginning of 2011.
16. Teatre Principal
The Teatre Principal is the oldest theater in the city of Lleida. Located in Plaça Paeria, number 7. It also works as an exhibition room of cinema with daily screenings, and in it the first editions of the Animac, the International Animation Film Festival of Catalonia, were screened.
17. lo Vilot
Lo Vilot is a mountain of 281 meters that is located in the village of Sucs, within the municipality of Lleida, in the Catalan region of Segrià. Near the summit we can find a geodesic vertex. Today it is part of a park with archeological and leisure elements.
18. Centre d'Art la Panera
The Centre d'Art la Panera is an art museum in Lleida, Catalonia, Spain. It's named after Carrer de la Panera, the street where it's located, in the old-town area known as Els Vins. Since 2022 the institution is directed by Christian Alonso.
19. Font de la Sirena
The Fountain of the Mermaid of Lleida is a fountain in the Parc des Champs Elysees in Lleida, Catalonia, Spain, which features a statue of a mermaid holding a conch out of which water flows. The fountain is surrounded by a garden.
20. Torre de Moredilla
Torre de Moradilla is an isolated building at the top of Tossal de Moradilla, in the area of Moredilla de l'horta de Lleida, in the municipality of Lleida and Segrià region. It is protected as a cultural asset of local interest.
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