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La Garriga

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La Garriga es un municipio español, situado en la provincia de Barcelona, dentro la comarca del Vallés Oriental.

La Garriga es conocida en toda Cataluña por su industria más importante, la del mueble, por sus aguas termales, por sus edificios

modernistas y por las alfombras que se realizan durante la fiesta del Corpus Christi.
Su situación cercana a Barcelona, su clima, y la presencia de aguas termales convirtieron a La Garriga en uno de los lugares de veraneo

preferidos de la burguesía catalana de comienzos del siglo XX, hecho que propició la construcción de edificios modernistas en la

población.
La Garriga fue una de las poblaciones catalanas bombardeadas por la aviación franquista durante la Guerra Civil. De hecho, hoy en día

aún se conserva un refugio antiaéreo, al que se pueden realizar visitas guiadas.
La villa romana de Can Terrés se encuentra ubicada al sur del término municipal y fue construida en el siglo I a. C. Se trataba de un

edificio de unos 200 m2, y por su buen estado de conservación, se considera uno de los asentamientos rurales de época romana más

relevantes del patrimonio cultural catalán.

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