Here you can find interesting sights in Santa Coloma de Gramenet, 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 20 sights are available in Santa Coloma de Gramenet, Spain.Back to the list of cities in Spain
1. Monestir de Sant Jeroni de la Murtra
The monastery of Sant Jeroni de la Murtra or Sant Jeroni de Nuestra Señora de la Vall de Bethlehem is an old monastery of the Order of the Jerónimos located in the Valley of Poià or Betlem, in the Marina Range, in the Canyet district from the municipality of Badalona (Barcelonès). The monastery was founded in 1416 and for years received the patronage of the last trastamares and the first Austrians. Built mainly in Gothic style, the monastery was built at various times; The cloister stands out as a more monumental part. It served in its original function until 1835, the year in which it is excluded, confiscated, burned, partially destroyed and later sold. He passed through several hands, which carried out some reforms and restorations until reaching the hands of Francesca Güell, who installed the field of religious and cultural rest Francesca Güell, who is still operating.
2. Ermita de Sant Onofre
The hermitage of Sant Onofre is a small oratory located in the Badaloní district of Canyet built in 1498 by the monks of Sant Jeroni de la Murtra in the Serrat de les Hermits, at the top of the hill of Sant Onofre, between the stream of the Font Santa and the hill of the hermitages. Together with the hill of Sant Climent it forms the Serrat of the Hermitages. You can reach the path that leaves the Coll de Vallençana or the one that passes through the Coll de Puig Castellar, from Santa Coloma de Gramenet.
3. Farmàcia Serentill
The Serentill Pharmacy is a commercial pharmacy establishment that, due to its historical and architectural character, is protected as a cultural asset of local interest in Badalona (Barcelonès). The business was founded at the end of the 19th century by Eduard Serentill and Tép, and has continued to operate since then in the hands of the same family. The current aspect of the pharmacy, dating to 1924, is the work of the Badalonian architect Joan Amigó i Barriga, who gave him a Noucentista appearance.
4. Ermita de Sant Cebrià
The Hermitage of Sant Cebrià and Santa Justina, also known as Sant Cebrià d'Horta, is a hermitage in the Montbau district of Barcelona. The hermitage is dedicated to the Christian martyrs of the 3rd century, Saint Cyprien of Antioch and Saint Justina. The origins of the hermitage are not documented, but the form of construction suggests a pre-Romanesque era. It is a work protected as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest.
5. Parc del Laberint d'Horta
The Parc del Laberint d'Horta is a historical garden in the Horta-Guinardó district in Barcelona and the oldest of its kind in the city. Located on the former estate of the Desvalls family, next to the Collserola ridge, the park comprises an 18th-century neoclassical garden and a 19th-century romantic garden. On the lower terrace is the hedge maze that gives the park its name.
6. Parc de la Riera de Canyadó
L Arc in Anyadon Iera is a park located at the junction of the neighbourhoods of Anyadon, Asagemes, Esujurises, Omar and Orera de Aadona, across the tributary of Homophone Creek and across the highway between-20 and-20. L Park has two projects that need to be expanded, and its project was completed by architect Sabel Enassar.
7. parc de Can Solei i Ca l'Arnús
L Arc of Anolai and RNU is a park located in the Sagmes district of Adalonaya. S is considered to be the largest park today, and it is also the real Daqinglong Park. It can be called a big bird in terms of scale, historical value, landscape value and animal and plant richness. So it is part of the urban park network.
8. Museu de Badalona
The Badalona Museum, opened in 1966, hosts the remains of the Roman city of Baetulo. The remains include Roman baths, shops, housing complexes, and part of the cardo maximus and decumanus maximus. Its museum holds a collection of artifacts from its own excavations and objects from other eras relevant to the city.
9. Torre Vella
La Torre Vella is a building in Badalona, a historical monument protected as a cultural asset of national interest. It is located in the district of Dalt de la Vila, the old town of the current Badalona, next to the parish of Santa Maria, and for centuries was the residence of the so -called lords of Badalona.
The hill of Montigalà is a mountain of 152 meters that is located in the municipality of Badalona (Barcelonès) in the eponymous district, which gave its name. At its summit is the Creu de Montigalà, a monument placed by the Constantinian festivals of 1913, which commemorated the Edict of Milan of 313.
11. parc del Gran Sol
L Rau Ran OL is a park in the Lefia Ang Ant community of Adalona. It is 1.80 ha and consists of Octor Salsus Avenue, Sia Street, Wan Alera and Frifa Avenue, with access to all surrounding streets. Ole, which opened in 1985, is an urban living housing park located in a high-density residential plate.
12. Parc de Montigalà
Montigalà Park is a park located in the district of Montigalà de Badalona. With an area of 8.1 ha, it is delimited by Puigfred Avenue, Sant Fermí Street, Montigalà Travessera and Rambla de Sant Joan. It is one of the most visited parks by the citizens of Badalona, since its inauguration in 1991.
13. Casa de l'Aigua
The Casa de l'Aigua is a heritage of industrial type that exists between the neighborhoods of the Trinitat Nova and Trinitat Vella of Barcelona. It functioned as a plant for the treatment of water provided in the old town and in the Barceloneta district until 1989, when it was abandoned.
14. Palau de les Heures
L Alau of Europa, also known as ASA Alart, is a gentleman's home with gardens. It is located on the south side of Europa Mountains, Olselola Mountains, and there are ant hermits who raise drunks along the way. Ctual is integrated at the Unded Ampus in Arcelonnevisi, Arta-Uinado district.
15. Parc de Can Zam
Anam Park is the green belt of the river block of Lamene in the town of Anaoloma, located at the northwest end of the term, between the Alina Mountains and the Essos River. L Garden opened in 1999, covering an area of more than 11 acres, which is the widest green area in the township.
16. La Torre del Baró
The Baron Tower or 'Castell de Torre Baró' is a protected building as a cultural asset of local interest that rises on one of the easternmost hills of the Collserola ridge that gives in the Pla de Barcelona. It has become the most representative image of the Torre Baró district.
17. Parc de Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela Park is a park located in the Montigalà district of Badalona, although it is also next to Bufalà. It has a remarkable area of 1.3 ha, delimited by Migjorn, Xaloc and Nelson Mandela streets; with access throughout its perimeter. It was inaugurated in 2007.
18. Parc de Xavier Montsalvatge
The A of Can Franquesa is a circled letter "A" forming the anarchist symbol painted on a retaining wall of land on the slope of the mountain where there is the neighborhood of Can Franquesa in Santa Coloma de Gramenet (Barcelonès).
20. parc del Turó d'en Caritg
The Turó d'en Caritg, formerly Turó d'en Claris, is a small Mount of Badalona converted into a park, located in the Sistrells district. It is the second highest point of the Sierra d'en Mena, at an altitude of 71m.
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