Municipalities associated with the Gaudí International Year

In order to widely publicise the Gaudí International Year, the cities and municipalities linked to the life and work of the architect have been invited to participate in the celebration and organise events and activities designed to commemorate this anniversary:

  • Astorga (Episcopal Palace)
  • Comillas (“El Capricho”)
  • Lleó ( “los Botines” house)
  • Llinars del Vallès (La Miranda Watch Tower, demolished during the Spanish Civil War)
  • Mataró (co-operative La Obrera Mataronense)
  • Ciutat de Mallorca (interventions in the cathedral)
  • La Pobla de Lillet (Can Artigas Garden and Catllaràs Shelter)
  • Reus (Birthplace of Gaudí)
  • Riudoms (father’s birthplace)
  • Sant Feliu de Codines (Orfeó Feliuà standard)
  • Santa Coloma de Cervelló (Church of the Güell Colony)
  • Sitges (Güell Cellars in Garraf)
  • Vic (restitution of street lamps from 1910)

Source: Barcelona Town Council (23-10-00)