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1. Monument al General Prim
The Monument to Prim is a sculptural monument located in the center of the Plaça de Prim in the municipality of Reus included in the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest. The monument is dedicated to the Catalan soldier and politician Joan Prim i Prats, President of the Council of Ministers of Spain and one of the architects of the Revolution of 1868. It was inaugurated in 1893 and is the work of the sculptor Lluís Puiggener i Fernández and the architect Pere Caselles i Tarrats who designed the foot.
2. Casa Punyed
Casa Punyed is a modernist house in Reus protected as a cultural asset of local interest and designed by the architect Pere Caselles. The commission was made by the Iglesias Òdena brothers -spelled as Yglesias-, owners of the "Fabrica de Algodón", an important cotton spinning and fabric factory popularly known as Vapor Vell, and was completed in 1902. It is popularly known as Casa Punyed, after the pharmacy of that name that occupied the ground floor.
3. Teatre Fortuny
The Teatre Fortuny is a theatre in the city of Reus, built in 1882 to provide the then second city of Catalonia with a theatre on the level of other large cities. Its name pays homage to Marià Fortuny i Marsal, a Catalan painter born in Reus. The monument is made up of the Teatre Fortuny and the headquarters of the "Societat El Círcol", located in Plaça de Prim núm. 4. The building as a whole has been declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest.
4. Casa Rull
The Casa Rull is a building located at Carrer de Sant Joan, 27, 43201 in Reus, Catalonia, Spain. Since 1925, the City Council of Reus has owned the building, and is currently the headquarters of the Institute of Cultural Action for Reus. The building was designed in 1900 by the Modernista architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner and commissioned by the notary Pere Rull i Trilla of Reus. In 1996, it was renovated by the local architect Joan Figuerola.
5. Sant Bernat Calvó
The Parish of Sant Bernat Calvó is a parish church in the Fortuny neighborhood of Reus, a neighborhood created in the 1950s to accommodate the wave of Andalusian emigration, with economic officially protected buildings. The neighborhood is on the road from Reus to Salou. It is a work included in the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia.
6. Prioral Sant Pere
The Priory of Sant Pere de Reus is one of the parishes of the city of Reus, the main one, governed by the prior and a small community of priests. It was begun in 1512 and inaugurated in 1569, the work of the master architect Benedict Otger of Lyon. It is dedicated to Saint Peter, who is the patron saint of the city.
7. Casa Carpa
Cal Carpa, also known as Perfumeria Porta, after a shop with this name that was there for many years, is a modernist building designed by Pere Caselles i Tarrats, a monument protected as a cultural asset of local interest in the municipality of Reus.
8. Edifici de l'antic Dispensari Antituberculós
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