“There was a trip to the town for the holidays, to spend with the grandparents, in the old mansion of the mother. There were clear mountains and green fields and the river; there was the open and serene horizon of dawn; the line of meager hills, the town, the bridge, the bell tower; the local band, who played through the streets, with the uniformed musicians; the children who played in the squares; the comings and goings of the people, the laughter, another shout … »
Sebastià Juan Arbó
Cultural space that houses a set of famous works classified for consultation and loan.
The building of the new parish church of Santa María, dedicated to the invocation of the Asunción, began in 1773. Multiple financial difficulties led to changes in the project, causing delays and stops that lengthened its building until 1875. The facade, however, was left unfinished.
Plan of the fortified church bastida between the 16th-17th centuries. Located, for the first time, inside the town centre and outside the castle enclosure. This sacred space, where the dead were also buried, protected the population from the periodic raids of pirates and deltaic corsairs and the Ebro River.
Art center dedicated to contemporary art; exhibitions, visual arts, film festivals, concerts, performances and much more. It is part of the Network of Visual Arts Centers of the Generalitat de Catalunya.
This tower is declared a cultural asset of national interest. Historically it was the strategic point for the control of the fluvial traffic.
Building dedicated to the history, ethnography, ecology, economy and geography of the Terres de l’Ebre. It is one of the main cultural entities in the territory.
Building built in the center of Amposta on a plot of land where rice dryers and a soap factory opened in 1917, designed by Francesc Ubach Trullàs. It has stained glass windows made by the British artist Bronson Shaw, a resident of Tortosa, who represents the fauna, flora and cultivation of rice in the Ebro Delta.
Area of historical symbol formed by Arab and medieval walls. Current urban point of leisure and public and cultural facilities.
Amposta has several well-preserved modernist buildings which are part of the city's contemporary development.