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Here you can find interesting sights in Montblanc, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 9 sights are available in Montblanc, Spain.List of cities in Spain Sightseeing Tours in Montblanc
1. Ermita de Sant Josep
The hermitage of Sant Josep de Montblanc, in Conca de Barberà, is a very visited natural space, a place for holding gatherings and meeting campers. Hermitage of small dimensions and great structural simplicity. Basically the interest lies in the stone voussoired doorway and a stone engraved on it, where an angel is depicted. Built during the first third of the eighteenth century promoted by the merchant Francesc Sabater. During the nineteenth century it was owned by the Gassol family. In the course of the Spanish Civil War it was destroyed and remained abandoned for a few years. Thanks to the initiative and personal effort of Josep Civit i Solé it was rebuilt. Subsequently, the municipal administration has been concerned about the maintenance of the area.
2. Pla de Santa Bàrbara
The Pla de Santa Bàrbara is a hill in the heart of the town of Montblanc, in fact a small plateau that rises about twenty meters from the surrounding land. This enclave was occupied by an Iberian settlement of the Cossette tribe. The various archaeological excavations carried out in the twentieth century of the Iberian village documented a structure in the form of a radius, with small rectangular houses attached and silos that were used to store grain. The houses had a stone base and the elevation of tovot and plant elements. The houses were small, rectangular and with a fireplace. Along the wall, a work bench acted as a seat.
3. Convent de la Serra
La Mare de Déu de la Serra is a sanctuary and former convent of Clarisses sisters in the municipality of Montblanc. In the fifteenth century, it was the second sanctuary with the most pilgrims in Catalonia, after Montserrat. The Clarisses convent was the sixth oldest in Catalonia. The Virgin of the Sierra is venerated there. It is a protected building as a cultural asset of local interest.
4. Portal de Bové
The walled enclosure of Montblanc is formed by the set of towers, portals and walls that surround the historic center of the town of Montblanc, in the Catalan region of Conca de Barberà. It has been declared a cultural asset of national interest: the fortified enclosure in the category of historical monument and the intramural complex as a historical site.
5. Museu-Arxiu de Montblanc
The Casal dels Josa or Cal Portuguès is a Gothic building in Montblanc dating from the thirteenth century and that today houses the headquarters of the entity Montblanc Museum-Archive and region, founded in 1958. The Casal is located on Calle Josa, 6, within the walled enclosure of Montblanc and around the church of Santa Maria.
6. Església de Santa Tecla
Anta Church ECLA is a church in Anteblanc Township, which is listed in the 10th place in the architectural code of Atalonia. At the kissing place in Aix Street is a small church with a very simple structure-a stone gate with shields and birds, and a round window. And he has half a door, a work that may be from the 17th century.
7. Sant Francesc de Montblanc
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8. Sant Miquel
Sant Miquel de Montblanc is a church in the town of Montblanc. It served as a parish before and during the construction of the Archpriest of St. Mary. Corts catalanes was held there in 1307, 1333 and 1370 and is a protected building as a cultural asset of local interest.
9. Església de l'Hospital de Santa Magdalena
The Church of the Hospital de Santa Magdalena de Montblanc is a religious building of Gothic art totally linked to the adjoining old Hospital of Santa Magdalena by history and construction. In fact, internally both buildings are separated only by a small courtyard.
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