Modernist Cemetery

Address:Av. Alegries, 3. 17310 Lloret de Mar
Price: free of charge

Modernist Cemetery in Lloret de Mar has now become a museum where 37 points of interest are marked for visitors, most of them hypogea and mausoleums designed by architects as important as Puig i Cadafalch (author here of the Costa Macia Pantheon, 1902) or Bonaventura Conill Montobbio, Antoni Gaudi's friend and author of the pantheon Esquiu-Villalonga (1904-1909), the highest and visible from outside. As happened with other large cemeteries in some Catalan villages, the arrival of wealthy American Indians (emigrants) was a boost for this type of funerary art in the late nineteenth century, the period when this group of sculptures were created.

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Cementiri Modernista de Lloret de Mar

Entrada al Cementerio Modernista de Lloret de Mar

Dragon in the Modernist Cemetery, Lloret de Mar

Statue dans le Cimetière Moderniste de Lloret de Mar

Cimitero Modernista Lloret de Mar

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