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La Casa de Poblet (The House of Poblet)

La Casa de Poblet has been declared a Cultural Property of National Interest. It is an administrative building from the 14th-16th centuries, with Renaissance additions.   It is a large house  structured with two floors. The entrance is a large pointed arch in the middle with stepped vaults left in view. There is an engraving on the key, featuring a chalice, the heraldic coat of arms of Abbot Copons de Poblet. There are three Gothic arcades inside the house. For many centuries it was the place where tithes of the monastery were collected. Recently, it has been  rehabilitated returning to its original 19th century state.