La Cuba Town Hall

The Town Hall has a simple façade structured in two sections. On the first floor there is a hall with two lowered arches and, above it, on the first floor, is the meeting room, with three windows with molded sills and covered with exposed wooden wrought ironwork. As we have said, the commodities exchange opens on two lowered arches, and would have housed the jail and the butcher’s shop. Precisely the main floor of this building housed the Teleclub, which became a basic space in the collective life of this municipality.

The coat of arms on the door of the town hall was moved from the Casa Grande, which was located right next to the church. It seems that its last owner, now in decline, sold it. The land belonging to the house was bought, but they did not want to buy the house because it was next to the old cemetery. The main floor currently houses the secretary’s office and the assembly hall.