Edifici casa Bofill

This noucentista building was built between 1898 and 1910. It also has some peculiarities of neo-gothic, neo-renaissance and modernism: for this reason it’s a building with a confluence of different styles. Designed by the architect Bassegoda, initially it was the residence of the doctor Bofill until it was sold to La Caixa de Pensions (a Spanish bank). The city has outstanding constructive examples of modernisme and noucentisme, but you will find few remains of civil constructions prior to 1640 because the troops of Felipe V set on fire part of the town. 

Address: Carrer de Sant Sebastià 2

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