Here you can find interesting sights in Terrassa, 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 15 sights are available in Terrassa, Spain.Back to the list of cities in Spain
1. Teatre Principal
The Teatro Principal de Terrassa is a theatrical building whose origins date back to 1866, for the recreation of the industrial bourgeoisie of the city. The current building, located in The Square of Maragall núm. 2, is the work of the 1911 reform, by Enric Catà and Francesc Guàrdia, son-in-law of Lluís Domènech i Montaner and 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 its Modernista decoration from the façade. The building is included in the catalogue of the historic and artistic heritage of the city.
2. Sant Julià d'Altura
Sant Julià de Altura is a church of Sabadell that was initially a rural parish of the old term of Terrassa and, later, of Sant Pere de Terrassa. When the municipality of Sant Pere de Terrassa was unleashed in 1904, Sant Julià included in the municipality of Sabadell and today it is part of the Ca n'Oriac district. Within the municipality was the castle of Ribatallada, owned by the Montcada (1136-1310) and the Clasquerí later, as well as the Fortress Masia de Castellarnau and a good group of farmhouses. It is located in one of the most beautiful places in the surrounding area, near the Timba del Ribatallada stream and touching the Can Deu forest.
3. Ajuntament de Terrassa
The City Council of Terrassa is a neo -Gothic building in Terrassa where the city council is headquartered. It is located in the Raval de Montserrat, no. 14-20, and is a work by Lluís Muncunill from 1900 to 1902, built on the Can Galí lot, replacing the old house of the town, where the Center Excursionista de Terrassa, in the same suburb, had later the headquarters, At number 13, in front of the current town hall. It is one of the first Terrassa works of the then municipal architect, which followed the medieval historicist tendencies that later led him to modernism.
4. Vapor Aymerich, Amat i Jover
The Vapor Aymerich, Amat i Jover is an old textile factory located on the Rambla de Egara de Terrassa, built between 1907 and 1908, which currently houses the Museum of Science and Technology of Catalonia. The work of the architect Lluís Muncunill, is considered the most important modernist industrial building in Catalonia and was declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest (BCIN), in the category of historical monument, by the Government of the Generalitat de Catalunya on 4 of June 2019. The name of steam comes from the use of the steam engine as a motor force.
5. Torre del Palau
Alderraou is the only relic of the palace castle of El Lasa, and at its peak it extended its reign from Rololo to Ypres, from Orrou Hug to Plan Agus. Ayr and Ayr Lan Cesc of Ayres come from Castelan people in different periods. The master tower, which was not locked up until the 19th century, was the only structure left on the right, when the last owner of the castle decided in 1891 to demolish the rest of the building. It was first recorded in 1016 and picked in the countryside in 1994, which is currently one of the misused sections; There are co-guides.
6. Sala Muncunill
The Muncunill Room is an exhibition hall of Terrassa, located in Didó Square no. 3, near Calle de la Rasa. 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 19th century, remodeled in 1921 by the modernist architect Lluís Muncunill i Parellada, which built the nave that is currently preserved and in honor of which the new exhibition space opened by the City Council in 1982, once the factory was demolished.
7. Sant Cristòfol de Ca n'Anglada
Sant Cristòfol is a Romanesque chapel in the neighborhood of Ca n'Anglada, in the city of Terrassa, protected as a cultural asset of local interest. It is located next to the farmhouse of Ca n'Anglada, within the neighborhood to which it has given its name. Although there is no direct documentation on the chapel, it is mentioned from the mid-11th century. Due to its characteristics, it seems likely that its origin can be placed towards this period.
8. 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.
9. Castell Cartoixa de Vallparadís
AllParadis Castell Catstel is an ancient wrong building located on the edge of AllParadis Stream. It was the main segment in 1959, and the error of using six components at present. It is accessible through Allaradis Park and Almeron Street. N this same street, several meters high, has notarized and used between Hearst, managed by Arcelona's trusteeship.
10. Museu Nacional de la Ciència i de la Tècnica de Catalunya
Country L utilizes Atalania's industry and technology, also known as abbreviation, as a museum with the mission of promoting scientific and cultural knowledge, while preserving, studying and displaying the evolution of Atalania's scientific and technological progress, with special attention to its industrial application and social impact.
11. Institut Industrial
The Freixa Warehouse, or Pasqual Sala Warehouse, 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 with which it is popularly known, and is now the headquarters of CECOT, the Terrassa employers' association.
12. Parc de Desinfecció
L Sinction Arc is a modernist style building created by architect OSEP Aria Oll and Accardi, which was built in 1915. S is located in the town of Errasa-Orba Rectecte Square and Acardi, on the side of Lessa Road-Oc Lanc Block, which is protected as a place of local interest and culture.
13. Parc de Vallparadís
Vallparadís Park is the central park of Terrassa. It comprises the valley of the torrents of Vallparadís and Monner and crosses the city from north to south. With an area of 395,500 m² including the Parc del Nord, it is one of the largest urban parks in Catalonia.
14. Antic Ajuntament de Terrassa
The Old Town Hall of Terrassa is a neoclassical building of the Center of Terrassa, protected as a cultural asset of local interest. The property is on the corner of Raval de Montserrat and Carrer Cremat.
15. Casa Baumann
The Baumann House, otherwise known as Casa Coll i Bacardí, is a modernist building in Terrassa located on Jacquard Avenue, in the Vallparadís district, protected as a cultural asset of local interest.
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