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Casa Alegre de Sagrera, Terrassa

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  • A place to visit if you are checking the high class Catalan way of life in early 1900s! do not miss it.  more »
  • Excellent museum based on an modernist house of industrial business owners. It conserves lots of awesome details of that age, a beautiful garden, and a little piece of history of the city. Also it's a...  more »
  • Terrassa was an ugly factory town when I first visited in the late 70s. It's astounding to visit now, with its shady pedestrian streets in the city centre and its "chain of museums", several of which ...  more »
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  • House bourgeois of terrassa of the 19TH century converted into a permanent Museum. Beautifully preserved they also make music and dance events
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  • Historical place to learn about the history of the city and to have a fun time. Very nice.
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  • A space of Terrassa with much history where can "revive is" the daily life of a family of the Catalan bourgeoisie during the modernism. It is a museum.
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  • A wonderful villa with 18th-century - 19th. I don't understand here with its history, I can only speak of my experience and it could not be better. The House Museum has two plants, a courtyard and two side wings, all closed to the public space. Each space has its corresponding informative panel, so not any exposed parts of art where collection and attest that were interesting to eclectic. Municipal art lives in this House with Eastern parts of various kinds. Anyway the staff that I attended was at all attentive and willing to address any questions about the exhibition. Finally, I think convenient to buy the ticket of three visits, because it gives the right to explore other interesting locations within a radius of not very extensive.
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  • An impressive House with a history more impressive if possible. Its design is attributed to Josep Puig i Cadafalch, but what stands out mainly is the furniture and works of art that decorate it. Entering the Casa Alegre de Sagrera is travel to the past and admire the talent of those men and women of Modernisme.
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