The Auditorium of Santa Llúcia is a public space destined to cultural services: concerts, conferences, meetings, exhibitions, civil weddings, etc. It has a capacity of 100 seats and has public address and guides to hang pictures. The toilet services are adapted for the disabled. There is also an adjoining room for meetings and exhibitions. The local guard also, the giants and cabezudos and the equipment of the Commission of the Ride of Kings.
It is a Gothic church located next to the hospital, within walls, showing its western facade to Hospital Street.
Its plant is rectangular, with 17m of maximum length, 8m of width and 5,30m of height.
The walls are reinforced masonry and, inside, the pillars are of square section with half a column attached in four hatches in its head. The roof is angled double-sided and wood. The only ornamentation there are a few capitals attached to the pillars of the head. In the work the one of Paretdelgada had been imitated although Santa Llúcia was of smaller proportions.
The temple of Santa Llúcia and Sant Jaume was built as chapel of a new hospital that was built in the Forest of the Camp during the fourteenth century. It seems that in 1328 the old building of the hospital outside the village still served, and this year the writings were made for the sale of houses destined to the new work. By 1330, construction was under way. Thus, in 1334 already raising funds to make images of the titled saints, thing that denoted that the temple was about to be consecrated. The last adaptation reforms were made in 1994.
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