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Castellbisbal Farmhouses Table of contents By Patricia Martínez Summarised by Silvia Puig, Meritxell Oriol, David Lausin and Sergio Fernández from Les.

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1 Castellbisbal Farmhouses Table of contents By Patricia Martínez Summarised by Silvia Puig, Meritxell Oriol, David Lausin and Sergio Fernández from Les Masies de Castellbisbal by Josep Mateu i Miró. Special thanks to Mr Mateu for letting us use his original pictures

2 Ca N'Albareda Built between 995 and 1010, it is located near the narrow mountain pass. They used to grow vineyards. In 1580 his owner built a church next to the house. During the war against the French it was set a fire, and the owners moved, but they returned in 1816. In 1945 they sold it and now there are factories here. Ca N'Amat. Built in 1137; in 1598 a church next to the house was added. In the 1906 the owner was the one who put light to the streets of Castellbisbal. The current owners live in the house.

3 Ca n'Albareda del Camí Ral Ca n'Amat Ca n'Ametller Can Campanyà Can Cañadell Can Cases del'Esglèsia Can Cases del Riu Can Coromines Can Costa Ca n'EliesCa n'Estaper Can Flavià de les Illes Can Galí Can Margarit Can MateuCan Milans Can Nicolau de Baix Can Nicolau de Dalt Ca n'Oliveró Can Pastallé Can Pedrerol de Baix Can Pedrerol de Dalt Can Pelegrí de la Cortada Can Puig Can Rabella Can Ribot Can Santeugini Can Segarra

4 Ca nAmetller Near the riera de Salzers. The old house does not exist but theres a new one with columns of the Roman times. In the XX century the owners got a warehouse built in which 365 boots fit, one for every day of the year. Can Campanyà It's a building of the XVI century. The Devils bridge is said to have been built with stones from its quarry, as the town church. At the moment it is a restaurant

5 Can Canyadell The old house collapsed, and in the XIX century a new one was built. At the moment its owner lives in it: Pere Cañadell i Rabella Can Cases de l'Esglèsia Its first owners were French and they grew vineyards. It collapsed and at the moment there are semi-detached houses.

6 Can Cases del Riu. Built in 1758. One hundred years later it was reformed. There were vineyards and orchards. In th ground there were found fossiles. At the moment its owner is Mr Joan Bosch i Canals. Can Coromines This farmhouse was built in the XVIII century. People there made a living from trees and fruits. At the end of the XIX century (during Charles IV of Spain), Lord Bufill became the owner of the hisenda of Can Nicolau de Baix. There, he married the eldest daughter of Can Coromines and they put the two propieties together. In 1903 Bufill gave some pieces of land of Can Coromines to build the train station.

7 Can Costa. On the 6th of June of 1627 in Barcelona there wasn't enough water, and so they wanted to build a wall at the narrow mountain pass to make a little river, but finally they didnt. This house was built between 1915 and 1920. Its owner now is Joan Mallol i Solias. Ca n'Elies. In 1968 Ca nElies water society was created. This water goes from Ca nElies to Can Rabella. Mrs Magdalena of Ca nElies' brother, Lluís Sabater, blessed the F.C.Barcelona and a nephew of him, Lord Valdés, made the new club F.C.Castellbisbal in 1913.

8 Ca n'Estaper In the Roman times the lands were a cemetery. Near the house there is the little church of St.Joan de Benviure. The old surname of the owner was Lopait, as Can Galis owners. Now, it's an industrial area. Can Flavià de les Illes It is near a little river called Rivera del Morral, where it links with the Llobregat. This house was built in 1736 and there live all the priests of Castellbisbal. Now, the owner is Mr. Albert Juvanteny i Maylinch.

9 Can Galí. At the door of this gothic farmhouse there is an inscription saying: Joan Lopait, 1843. Now it belongs to Maria de Via i Molins, and Josep M. Poch de Via. Can Margarit The first census of a Margarit is dated of 1545, Benedictus Margarit Fontanilles, who was a mayor of the village, named by José Álvarez de Toledo (1792). The diverse owners of the house donated a piece of land for the cemetery and the soccer field. Teresa Carafí sold part of it in 1980 to build a sports center. Now it belongs to the town hall.

10 Can Margarit del Pont is a property that nowadays does not even exist, placed in the hill " Tower Fossada ", where nowadays situa Costa Blanca. In 1538 this property was bought by the countess Hipolita. Part(report) of the later owners they belonged to the band of "Serrallonga" a bandit that acted in the lands of Catalonia. During the year 1615 and 1622 one of the owners it was a high cargo of the army. Can Mateu It has existed since 17th century, on a hill surrounded with vineyards and gardens. Nowadays it has the main modernist wall (XX c.). The planes are in the museum (1872). The owner is Antoni Canalias i Riba

11 Can Milans It was a small house near the river Llobregat. An ancient house, with small vineyards and gardens that already existed in the 17th century.

12 Can Nicolau de Baix Basilic-shaped, Dr Bufill bought it and annexed it to Can Coromines on having married the heiress of the house. Can Nicolau de Dalt Next to Riera de Salzers. There are remains of the Roman age. It dates from the 17th century, the writings of the " rabassa morta " are of the middle of the XVIII.

13 Ca n'Oliveró. There is an inscription dating the house in 1955, but The first writings of rabassa morta are of the time of the King Carlos III and Carlos IV. Surrounding the house there is a street of houses named " Ca n'Oliveró's little houses ", one of them belonging to the house. The wedding between the heiress Núria Torres Amat with Pere Botifoll i Carafí, in the second Can Pastallé. Bought in 1538 by Countess Hipólita. Now it's an addicted-to-drugs rehabilitation center. Its owner is Mr Pedro Monje Roca half of the 19th century changed its name. In the 20th century the taxes that were paying little houses to the principal house were cancelled. The current owner of the house is Pere Botifoll i Esteve.

14 Can Pedrerol de Baix A former Roman town, they used to export wine, oil and cereals. Its owner now is Mrs Joana de Gomis i Blanch. St Quentin's ermitage (c. XII) Can Pedrerol de Dalt Built by Manuel Dublayzel in a barroc style in 1750. Owned by the Town Hall.

15 Can Pelegrí de la Cortada Founded in the Xth-XII c., replaced now by industrial buildings Can Puig Built in the XVth c. in a gothic style. Can Rabella Owned in 1752 by Mr Pere Pi and now the owner is Mr Pere Cañadell i Rabella, Mayor of Castellbisbal till 1983

16 Can Ribot. Built in the XVth c. and owned now by Mr Ribot Can Santeugini Victoria Santaeugènia married Magí Ambrós in 1739 and lived in that house. Now it's the center of a development. Can Segarra It has a tiled picture representing Saint Lawrence, after its current owner's name.

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