Reus was considered the second most important city in Catalonia during the second half of the nineteenth century. Birthplace of the architect Antonio Gaudí, the highest representative of Catalan modernism, Reus offers its visitors not only a modernist route with which to discover emblematic buildings of this architectural style, but also other spaces of historical and cultural relevance.
Reus is, together with Barcelona, one of the cities were the Modernism was more developed. In the city can be seen many works of Catalan modernism, like the Conservatory of Music, the Navàs house, the Rull house, the Gasull House or the High School Pere Mata.
Together with this modernist heritage, we find other spaces of its history, like the Sant Pere church, the Cambrer castle, the Palau Bofarull, the Centre de Lectura and the theatre Fortuny, the Mercadal and the Prim squares.
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