The modernist Lloret

Chapel of Santíssim and Chapel of Baptistery

The Civil War in 1936, however, led to the destruction of nearly all the Modernist design and today only the Capella del Santíssim (or sacristy) remains as a clear indication of what the renovation of the parish church was like.


Parochial Rectory (1920)

Building next to the Parochial church, it was built following the modernist architecture from Bonaventura Conill i Montobbio and inagurated in 1920. To detach their excellence decoration, of bizantines reminiscences, mussulmans and renaissance. Of complexe structure, it is a building of three flats and with an octogonal tower with pinnacles.


Modernist Cemetery (1900)

The Modernist cemetery in Lloret de Mar was designed at the end of the nineteenth century and was built during the early years of the twentieth. It is, without doubt, a site of undeniable interest providing a broad perspective of funerary art of the time.


Can Saragossa

Colonial house of modernist style with the gardens of Can Xardó park.


The Angel Monument

This is the first monument dedicated to Mossen Cinto Verdaguer, created by the sculptor Eugeni Aranu.


Boundary Cross

Designed by the Modernist architect, Josep Puig i Cadafalch, with the collaboration of the sculptor, Eusebi Arnau, creator of the two figures which appear on the column. Portrayals of St. George and a religious scene can be seen here, with the shield of the Bishopric above them. The Creu de Terme (Boundary Cross) was inaugurated on 1 May 1898 and the poet, Mossèn Jacint Verdaguer, in his chant called “The Cross”, devoted three verses to it, which were set to music by the composer, Candi.


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