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In 1898 building work began on the Pere Mata psychiatric institute, one of the great projects of the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner. The building marked the beginning of the brilliant Catalan modernist era in the city of Reus. After its...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 12:00, 16:00 - 18:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Carretera Institut Pere Mata, s/n, 43206 Reus, Spain
Opening hours are restricted 12 to 2pm then 4 to 6pm on Saturdays and Sundays only. I would double check with Tourist Office.
Bus No 30 goes from the roundabout at Plaza de Las Hojas but at weekends the buses in the afternoons are very...More
First of all, as it's very hard to find this piece of information online, I will attach a photo of the opening hours of Institut Pere Mata as photographed a week ago when I visited. However, I strongly advise you to call the Gaudi Center...More
Reus has different modernist buildings to visit. But this one is the most beautiful one. Definitely a place to visit and ofc course get the chance to go inside and visit the main rooms. This place was designed and builded by one of the students...More
One of the most reputed centres with the most innovative methods for healing mental ddiseases was founded and built by Mr. Briansó at the end of XIX Century and built by the great architect Domènech i Montaner. All the pavilions are an harmonic ensemble of...More
This is a surprise, the detail that has been applied so lavishly to this sanitorium is stunning. Some of the efforts to restore it are a bit rough but the tiles woodwork and scraffitto work remain essentially undamaged. We'll worth searching out.
A modernist psychiatric clinic. The interior, decoration and furniture is intact. The architecture and design reflect the for that time modern approach of the (rich) patients. Interior and decoration are overwhelming, every detail is esthetic and functinal.