Along with the Can Papiol de Vilanova i la Geltrú, this seigneurial house built in 1793 houses the Romanticism Museum. The various rooms decorated with English furniture and plush curtains evoke the prosperity of Sitges in the 19C. It is a delightful backdrop in which to view the clockwork models, music boxes and dioramas depicting the evolution of fashion. The Lola Anglada Collection, on the second floor, displays 17C, 18C and 19C dolls.
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