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Can Prunera

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At number 90 of Calle de Sa Luna we find one of the most artistic and worked modernist mansions in Sóller: Can Prunera.

Its construction, paid by Joan Magraner Oliver, expatriate "sollerense" known as Joan Prunera, prosperous thanks to its fruit businesses in Alsace (France), was carried out between 1909 and 1911 and is attributed indistinctly to Joan Rubió i Bellver and Antoni Gaudí, but there's no document that records it.

Its impressive limestone facade, three floors high, shows vegetal reliefs and undulating openings, the wooden door is richly carved and the balconies have very elaborate wrought iron bars with vegetal motifs.

Inside we also find many decorative elements, such as the pictorial ornamentation of the walls, polychrome tiles, the artistic treatment of wood and stained-glass, an elegant helical staircase and the design of furniture and other household objects, that demonstrate the achievement of total art, yearned for the modernist style in all its variants.

Currently, it houses the Museum of Contemporary Art of Sóller with temporary samples of national and international artists of the 19th and 20th centuries and fixed exhibitions of paintings by Joan Miró and ceramics by Pablo Picasso.

Can Prunera


Hidden treasures


Strolling through Sóller is to find a story hidden behind every corner, enjoy a beautiful landscape at each bend of the road, rediscover a detail that until now had gone unnoticed: walk through Vall de Sóller and be surprised by the hidden treasures that you they are waiting.

Hidden treasures

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