Museu Modernista Can Prunera
Tramuntana (oeste)
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Sóller is the home of the mansion of Can Prunera, built between 1909 and 1911 by Joan Magraner Oliver, a local immigrant who made his fortune in France. The building presents pronounced Modernist lines, predominantly from Art Nouveau; although we are not entirely sure who the architect was, the signs point to Joan Rubió Bellver, who designed the most emblematic local buildings: the church of Sant Bartomeu and the Banc de Sóller.
Today, Can Prunera is a Modernist museum. Its contemporary art collection is comprised of works by 19th and 20th-century artists, from both Spain and abroad, with pieces by Joan Miró and Picasso, as well as many others, and a room dedicated to the painter Juli Ramis.

Sa Lluna 86-90
971 638 973
From October to March: Tue-Sun, 10.30am.-6.30pm. From April to September: Mon-Sun, 10.30am.-6.30pm.

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