Among the decades of 1880 and 1930, Cerdanyola became a cultural centre of first order, since it was one of the chosen holiday places by the bourgeoisie of Barcelona and by many important intellectuals and artists. For this reason, Cerdanyola has an interesting set of modernist architecture, with buildings by architects such as Gaietà Buigas and Eduard M. Balcells.

Some examples of modernist buildings in Cerdanyola are:

The train station

The factory Uralita

The  Casa Dolors Balcells

The new church of Sant Martí

Can Domènech – Museu d’Art de Cerdanyola

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