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Exihibition in casal solleric, passeig de borne in palma center

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Casal Solleric opened in 1985 as the Exhibition Center and has since been managed by the City of Palma de Mallorca.

It is a palace from the mid eighteenth century situated in the heart of the city of Palma de Mallorca. Baroque style, attributed to Gaspar Palmer. The work of forging and the sculptural decoration are the artist Antonio Soldati. The last owners the Morell family ,  wanted  it to become a meeting place for artists and writers.

There are exhibitions throughout the year . It has a library specialized in contemporary art and photography, a bookstore and a café

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