Can Malla is a typical Catalan masia (country house) from the 18th century which was built in 1770 by Anton Malla. This is a building with a basilica floor, two-pronged roof, a rectangular floor plus another floor, a cover with little inclination and Arabian tiles.
From 2002 it is ceded to the Associació de Pessebristes (Manger Association). On the first floor it is located the Manger Museum and the permanent exhibitions. On the ground floor they organize manger workshops and the annual exhibition of nativity scenes and dioramas.
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