Mayor of Barcelona, Marquis of Alella
Born in Barcelona in 1866, Ferran Fabra i Puig was the second marquis d’Alella. He was an industrial engineer and a politician, and was affiliated to the Liberal Party just like his father, Camil Fabra i Fontanills, who had made an important donation for the installation of the Fabra Astronomic Observatory, situated close to the Tibidabo.< /br> Ferran Fabra i Puig devotedd himself ardently to politics and was elected congressman and senator until 1922, when he was elected Mayor of Barcelona, position which he abandoned following Primo de Rivera’s coup d’état.
|The neighbours recommend|
Restaurant BRASERÍA L’ALLIOLI D’ANDRÉS
|Places of Interest|
|SANT ANDREU THEATER, saT!
carrer de Neopàtria, 54
Phone 933 457 930
Theater managed by the Ajuntament de Barcelona. In this space you can enjoy the theater without having to scratch your pockets a lot. There are also puppet shows, dance …
SANT PACIÀ CHURCH
CANÒDROM Parc de Recerca Creativa
PARC ESPORTIU MUNICIPAL CAN DRAGÓ
|CENTRE CÍVIC DE SANT ANDREU
carrer Gran de Sant Andreu, 111
Phone 933 119 953
In this civic centre, situated in the old carriage entranceway of Sant Andreu, many activities take place, both for the young as well as the old. Consult the schedule of courses, workshops and seminars on their web site.
FABRA I PUIG BUS STATION
¡LA FIESTA MAYOR (POPULAR FEST)!
The festival of Sant Andreu usually takes place on the last week of November, coinciding with the end-of-season neighbourhood festivities. If you are thinking of coming around,.