It is a baroque, octagonal-shaped-floor belfry consisting of four bodies, three of them made of stone and the fourth one, atop, made of coarse work. On the floor containing three bells, two of them have liturgical functions and another one hanging in the middle presents scheduling purposes. The artist Joan Vila Cinca designed the building’s outstanding decoration. Atop the belfry there is an angel weathervane and two bells for scheduling purposes.
Inside, there is a little exhibit of the building itself, its bells and the last clock that made them work, which was built in 1903. From atop the belfry one may enjoy a wonderful sight of Sabadell and its surroundings.
It is possible to visit its external part.
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