Civil architecture, built in the 17th century with a Renaissance-style façade. In the centre of the façade we find a relief with the escutcheon of the town (listed in the Spanish Heritage Register since 1963).
In the Council Chamber is the Gothic altarpiece by Joan Massana (1374-1412) and a Byzantine cross and a worked stone found during the archaeological dig at Cas Frares (1928).
It is currently occupied by the municipal offices and rooms, following adaptations by architects Guillermo Forteza (1928) and Gabriel Vidal Arcas (1970).
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About Santa Maria del Cami
Santa Maria del Cami is a predominantly agricultural area that has a rich history and carries a lot of cultural heritage worth exploring. The village itself is full of buildings and Points of Interest that testify to the history of being an area of production, wealth and religious influence, an area with traditions for trade and high quality food. Every Sunday morning you can visit the market at the new market square of the town, as well as take part in some of the many annual events.
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