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Can Llobera

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This stately building, located in the center of Pollença, was opened in November 2014 after a process of rehabilitation which has converted it into a house museum, home to the Historical Archive and Municipal Library. Its splendid facilities also serve to develop all kinds of activities in small format to promote reading, history and culture in general.

The House Museum offers visitors an example of architecture, history and ethnological aspects of a family of rural notables of Pollença in the second half of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In the intervention carried out in the building by the City Council, most of the historical architectural elements and spaces characteristic of the old house have been conserved. Both the facade and the entrance hall, the kitchen, the imperial staircase, dining mezzanine and the first part of the first floor maintain their traditional furniture and ornaments

The building also houses the Historical Archives of Pollença, considered one of the best local files of the Balearic Islands, as well as private collections but of great documentary value. Among them are, the archive and library of the family Can Llobera, former owners of the building or the library that the poet and chronicler of the villa Miquel Bota donated to the City of Pollença.

Finally the Municipal Library, which occupies two distinct spaces on the ground floor (area for preschool and primary) and in the front porches of the building (reserved for youth and adults). In the latter the majority of the more than 19,000 books that make up its collection, including the local collection of themes of Pollença.

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Plaça Vella - Pollença
(0034) 971 53 01 08

Monday to Friday: 10:00 to 13:00 and 16:00 to 20:00 h.

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