L’Harmonia presents different artistic objects that were saved from the church of Santa Eulalia de Merida of L’Hospitalet, which was demolished in 1936. The comprehensive and careful restoration being carried out on this collection allows the bulk of the collection to be presented as a permanent art exhibition.
Nineteen oil paintings on wood and eleven architectural elements in stone are displayed, offering us a precise view of the art in our country at that time. The remainder of the collection is still being restored. Of particular interest and importance is the set of 16th century altarpieces attributed to Jaume Huguet.
Entrance free of charge
Tuesday to Friday from 5 pm to 8 pm; Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 2 pm; Mondays and public holidays closed.
Metro: L1 Rambla Just Oliveras
FCC railway: Av. del Carrilet
Bus: L10, L12, L52, L82, L85, LH2, N13 and N15
RENFE: local railway, L’Hospitalet