Town Council of Artà

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Town Council of Artà

The Town Council of Artà (catalan: Ajuntament d'Artà) is the town hall of the Spanish municipality of Artà in the northeastern part of the Mediterranean island of Mallorca. The Town Hall is located in the center Artas at the "Plaça de l'Ajuntament".
The building was constructed in 1941 as a replacement for an older town hall. The plan for a new building came already from the period of the Second Republic, between 1931 and 1936. As a result of the Spanish Civil War, however, the project was initially set again and continued the construction until after the Civil War. The town hall was inaugurated together with the space located in front of 1941.
After the end of the Franco dictatorship were removed from the building symbols of the dictatorship. \ N \ nThe three-storey building is designed symmetrically. In the basement there was a holding cell. On the first floor are offices, including housed the mayor's office and the Chamber. In the attic there is an archive.

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