Cultural space that houses a set of famous works classified for consultation and loan.
The Sebastián Juan Arbó Regional Library was created on the 25th of March in 1958 and was located on the second floor of the Amposta Town Hall. On 1st August of the same year, it already had a record of 2,526 works. Later, in 1983, the Consistory bought the Castle grounds, and the foundations of the future Cultural Center of the city began to be laid.
The enclave of the Castle, which had passed through Iberian, Roman, Arab and Christian hands, and specifically the building of the mill, which had been factory of diverse materials during the Industrial Revolution, until becoming the rice mill of Cercós during the twentieth century, is from May 5, 1995, the headquarters of the Sebastià Juan Arbó Regional Library. Currently, approximately 41,000 documents are available.
The library is the organizer and host of the Jornades de Lletres Ebrenques, since its inception in 2006, and regularly hosts book presentations, exhibitions, conferences, round tables, recitals, etc.
Some of the services they provide are:
Ground floor: Space dedicated to all kinds of cultural activities promoting the library, reading and others; conferences, exhibitions, book presentations.