A neighborhood as symbol
In the old days, this neighborhood of the Sant Martí district was a farming area that stretched from Riera de Horta to the Besòs River. During the sixties, farming slowly disappeared and was replaced by a neighborhood of tall housing projects, developed by the Labor-Union Housing Project. Franco inaugurated it in 1966, coinciding with the commemorative ceremonies of first 25 years of peace.
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|The neighbors recommend
carrer del Camp Arriassa, 59
Phone 933 133 076
Specialized on Galician homemade cooking.
COSTILLAS A TOPE
carrer de Puigcerdà, 225
Phone 932 781 477
Grilled food and plenty of meat. You can dine in large groups.
Restaurant LA CANTONADA DE PRIM
Rambla de Prim, 160
Phone 932 780 106
Salads, toasts, tapas… Closed Mondays.
|Places of Interest
PLAÇA DE LA PALMERA
carrer d’Andrade, 241
Before becoming a square, this used to be a factory, of which only the chimney is left today. Several pine trees and rooted in the square, but it is the palm tree that gives name to the plaça. Divided byEl Mur (The wall), a sculpture designed by Richard Serra, you can find in this square a moment of peace. .
EL LLARG VIATGE
Rambla de prim / carrer Guipúscoa
A steel carving of the artist Francesc Torres Monsó that symbolizes the relationship the man has with the universe.
DISTRICT CENTRE LA PAU
carrer de Pere Vergés, 1
Phone 932 780 535
Cultural and social centre where sports activities are oorganized together with others like dancing, painting and photography.
¡LA FIESTA MAYOR! (POPULAR FEST!)
The local festivities of La Pau are between the second and third week of June, days to enjoy on the street, dance, eat, drink and have fun, do not miss them!