Rambla de la Llibertat

The Rambla de la Llibertat is an avenue in the Barri Vell of Girona. It owes its name to the Freedom Tree that was planted there in 1869 during the Democratic Sixth Century (1868-1874). It starts near Pont de Pedra (Girona) and follows the course of the Onyar river in parallel. It is a place for the people of Girona to walk and meet, as they maintain, for example, the customs of buying flowers at the stalls that are set up every Saturday or going for vermouth in one of the cafes on La Rambla. p>

It is an urban space intended for public walking, delimited by a set of buildings of interest on both sides. On the east side there are buildings with public vaults on the ground floor, of medieval and neoclassical character. Some of the buildings retain important fragments of facade with ashlars and Gothic windows. We quote house no. 36, Can Casadevall, with an interesting window from the xiv century in florid Gothic style and...Read more

The Rambla de la Llibertat is an avenue in the Barri Vell of Girona. It owes its name to the Freedom Tree that was planted there in 1869 during the Democratic Sixth Century (1868-1874). It starts near Pont de Pedra (Girona) and follows the course of the Onyar river in parallel. It is a place for the people of Girona to walk and meet, as they maintain, for example, the customs of buying flowers at the stalls that are set up every Saturday or going for vermouth in one of the cafes on La Rambla.

It is an urban space intended for public walking, delimited by a set of buildings of interest on both sides. On the east side there are buildings with public vaults on the ground floor, of medieval and neoclassical character. Some of the buildings retain important fragments of facade with ashlars and Gothic windows. We quote house no. 36, Can Casadevall, with an interesting window from the xiv century in florid Gothic style and another from the century xv, in the same style. La Rambla began to take shape as an extension of Argenteria. The first vaulted house was renovated in 1882 with the construction of a neoclassical facade and porches, following a project that provided for the renovation of all the medieval vaults.

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