Here you can find interesting sights in Sabadell, 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 14 sights are available in Sabadell, Spain.List of cities in Spain Sightseeing Tours in Sabadell
1. Masia de Can Rull
Can Rull is a Renaissance farmhouse in the city of Sabadell protected as a cultural asset of local interest. Formerly called Mas d'en Torrella and later Can Julià Ferrer, the current name was given to him by Josep de Rull, who was regent of the Royal Council of Catalonia, of the Department of the Supreme Council of Aragon and Chancellor of the Royal Council. Currently the farmhouse gives its name to the neighborhood that surrounds it, started in 1919. Basilica farmhouse with slopes that give water to the side facades. The main façade is exceptionally oriented to the east, has an attic with arched windows, a voussoired door and Renaissance-style windows. The materials used in the construction are stone and pebbles. In the midday part it is preserved there is an arch that could be from the fifteenth century. In the cup there is an engraved stone that refers to the year 1682.
2. Teatre Principal
The Teatre Principal de Terrassa is a theatrical building whose origins date back to 1866, for the recreation of the city's industrial bourgeoisie. The current building, located in Plaça de Maragall núm. 2, it is the work of the 1911 renovation, by Enric Catà and Francesc Guàrdia, son-in-law of Lluís Domènech i Montaner and his collaborator in the construction of the Palau de la Música Catalana. It opened on December 15, 1911, with the performance of the operetta La Geisha. It was renovated in 1916 by Josep Maria Coll i Bacardí, who removed the modernist decoration from the façade. The building is included in the catalogue of the city's historical-artistic heritage.
3. Torre del Palau
The Palace Tower is the only vestige of the Palace Castle of Terrassa, which at its peak extended its domains from the Llobregat to the Ripoll and from Sant Cugat del Vallès to the Pla de Bages. Pere de Fizes and Pere Francesc de Montanyans were castlans at different times. The master tower, which was a prison until well into the nineteenth century, was the only structure that remained standing when in 1891 the last owner of the castle decided to demolish what was left of the building. First documented in 1016, it was ceded to the municipality in 1994 and is currently one of the sections of the Terrassa Museum; there are arranged guided tours.
4. Torre de l'Aigua
The Sabadell Water Tower is a modernist water tank considered one of the most emblematic buildings in the city, to the point of being its identifying symbol. It rises on the east side of the city, almost on the edge of the banks of the Ripoll river, near the Caldes de Montbui road. It operated as a depot between 1922 and 1967. It is considered one of the 100 "Elements of the Industrial Heritage of Catalonia" and you can take guided tours on the days of the Festa Major, the first weekend of September. The tower is listed as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest with registration number 1508-I.
5. Sant Julià d'Altura
Ant Uliad Litara is the Abadr Church, originally a rural parish with ancient misconceptions and later known as "Ant Uliad." In 1904, Ann was removed from the township of Elasa in Antrea, and Antrea was taken over to the township of Abadel, which is today part of the Antreak neighborhood. In the middle of the word are the Ibatalada castle, owned by the Ontekada (1136-1310) and later by the Las Quirani, as well as the farmhouse fortress of Astralano and a fine mass gang. S is one of the most beautiful shelters in Rodal, near the stream of Ibacatara and within reach of the Amme Forest.
6. Ajuntament de Terrassa
Terrassa City Council is a neo-Gothic building in Terrassa where the city council is based. It is located in the Raval de Montserrat, nº. 14-20, and is a work by Lluís Muncunill from the years 1900-1902, built on the plot of Can Galí to replace the old town house, where the Terrassa Excursionist Centre was later based, in the same Raval, at number 13, in front of the current Town Hall. It is one of the first terrace works of the then municipal architect, who followed the medieval historicist tendencies that later led him towards Modernism.
7. Vapor Aymerich, Amat i Jover
L Apor Ymerich, Mata and Over is an ancient textile mill, located in Errasa Gara Ambla, built between 1907 and 1908, where Ienya and Echech of Athalunia are currently used. Designed by architect Luis Uncunill, the bra is considered to be the most important modernist industrial building in Matalunya, and has been declared as a national culture (), belonging to the category of historical culture, by Overn of Matalunya Energy on June 4, 2019. The name of steam comes from the use of steam engine as power.
8. Sala Muncunill
The Sala Muncunill is an exhibition hall in Terrassa, located in Plaza de Didó núm. 3, next to Rasa Street. This is the block or dyeing room of the old Vapor Amat, also known as Ca l'Izard, a factory complex of the last third of the nineteenth century, remodelled in 1921 by the modernist architect Lluís Muncunill i Parellada, who built the nave that is currently preserved and in whose honor the new exhibition space inaugurated by the City Council in 1982 was named, once the factory is demolished.
9. Museu Tèxtil
The Textile Museum and Documentation Centre is a museum institution located in Terrassa, a city with an important textile tradition. Managed by a consortium consisting of Terrassa Town Council and Diputació de Barcelona, it presents a panoramic view of the different styles and techniques used all over the world in fabric making throughout history. It is part of the Barcelona Provincial Council Local Museum Network.
10. Museu Nacional de la Ciència i de la Tècnica de Catalunya
The National Museum of Science and Technology of Catalonia, also known by the acronym MNACTEC, is a museum whose mission is to promote knowledge of scientific, technical and industrial culture and, at the same time, preserve, study and show the evolution of scientific and technical advances in Catalonia, paying special attention to its industrial application and its social impact.
11. Museu d'Història de Sabadell
The Sabadell History Museum or MHS is a pluridisciplinary museum that brings together collections on the archaeology, history and ethnology of the city of Sabadell, especially in relation to wool manufacture and the textile industry. Lectures and talks are given on subjects regarding the city's history. Entrance is free and wheelchair accessible.
12. Capella de Sant Nicolau
The hermitage of Sant Nicolau, within the municipality of Sabadell, is located on the left side of the Ripoll river, next to the cemetery of Sabadell and in the neighborhood called Sant Nicolau in reference to the hermitage. It is one of the four Romanesque churches in the city and today it is owned by Sabadell City Council.
13. Institut Industrial
The Magatzem Freixa, or Magatzem Pasqual Sala, is a building in the center of Terrassa, protected as a cultural asset of local interest. It has traditionally housed the Industrial Institute of Terrassa, the name by which it is popularly known, and is currently the headquarters of CECOT, the terrassa employers' association.
14. Parc de Vallparadís
The L-arc of AllParadis is the center of the amusement park. It spans the stream valleys of AllParadis and Onner and crosses the city from north to south. MB A covers an area of 395,500 square meters, including Alder Arc, and is one of the widest urban parks in Atalunya.
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