Town Hall

It is the seat of the town council

22/02/2017

Construction:
It was started in the 18th  century although the building we can see nowadays is from 2001, because it was completely done up keeping the façade and the arches.
Characteristics:
On the ground floor we can see slim pointed arches and a wall painting about some historical outstanding events that took place in Montblanc. The door, the balcony and the upper gallery were added in the 17th century.
History:
Its origin is from the 13th- 14th century, but the damage that the ‘Segadors’ war caused, spoilt the building and it had to be altered and restored.  When the façade was restored in 1979 the primitive structure appeared, as well as the Gothic window. It is still the seat of the town council.
Visit:
The ground floor can be visited.

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