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Cooperative wine cellar
Was finished by Cesar Martinell in 1919. He was a pupil of Gaudi and obviusly the cooperative is a modernist symbol.
Av. Catalunya 3-5
Centre of studies of the Battle of Ebro
Inn "P. Manyà"
Building of the year 1868, reformed later on.
All their facades suffered hundreds of bullet impacts during the Civil War, due to their situation in a strategic place of crossroad of communication roads.
House "Sol" or House "Pradell"
Built building the year 1912, of style modernist. Singular they are the waves centered with the axis of the vertical line of the windows, decorated with molds and floral reliefs.
Ca Cerer o Dalmau
House of Medieval origin. One can observe in the facade of the time the shield of the house, one of the balconies that conserves the original stone and the windows pointed for where the gentleman entered.
Palace of the "Castellá" or "The Prison"
Building of medieval origin. Above the door the wooden pulleys can be observed that tolerated the door of the drawbridge.
It is known with the name of prison reason it was used as such when Gandesa was headquarters of the judicial party. Still preserve them original medieval cells.
House of the Inquisitor
Its a clear example of a manor medieval house (S. XIV) reformed with modernist characteristics.
Ca La Vila Vella
Civil Gothic building, partially absorbed by the amplification of the Church, but we can still observe a characteristic Gothic large window.
At the moment it is the headquarters of them entities of Gandesa.
Church of Santa Maria de la Asunción
Original of the XIV S. In a corner of the house there is engraving the shield of the liori, a cross of Calatrava red crusade in each one of their arms, on field of gold.
In this house he was born the well-known theologian and philologist Joan Bta. Manyà.
Building of medieval time of noble lineage just as sample the shield of above their door. In spite of their remodelings still preserve their door of the gentleman and different original pointed windows.
In this building it passed part of their childhood the one that was brother-in-law of Franco, Ramón Serrano Sunyer.
Cal Pardo, Exhibition of old occupations
House of the Purroy gentlemen
It is an ancient manor Renaissance House acquired by a noble family called Purroy. It still keeps wonderful elements from the 16th century, as well as the façade and the living rooms decorated with paintings of classic inspiration.