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2.en.32. Sóller outing. Objectives

On Monday the 22nd we’ll go on an outing to Soller. This term we went on a stroll in the Tramuntana montain range, this time we’ll literally cross through it in order to vist Sóller. The aim of this activity is to learn about the flora of the Balearic islands, in the Botanic garden and to visit the village of Sóller, comparing what we see -architecture, size, location- with our outings in the city of Palma.

This is the map that each group will get to find your way around the village. The places of interest are numbered, this way it will be easy for you to do the tasks.


This is the list of the places of interest:


You will also have a list of the places of interest, some of which we are going to visit.

We’ll set off our visit in Number 1, The train station.

Then, we’ll split into two groups, half of the class will visit the Botanic Garden and the other half we’ll visit Can Prunera. At 12’00 groups will change. Diana, will stay all the time at the Botanic garden. Bernat and Maria will guide the group around Sóller and in the visit to Can Prunera.

Aims of the outing:

1. Comparing Can Prunera, a fine example of Art Nouveau bourgeois house , with Can Vivot (Can Sureda) ,the beautiful noble house we were lucky to visit thanks to Maria Vallespir, who took us on a guided tour of the old city and the cathedral.


2. Learning  the most outstanding features of Modernism. In the first term, Bernat has already explained to you some of the features of this artistic movement and we have been to the Gran Hotel several times, which is a fine example of Catalan modernism:  In Sóller, we’ll see other examples of modernism: different houses (Ca la Nena, Ca Sa Bleda, Can Penya),  the Bank of Sóller ,  St Bartolomé  parish church and  the cemetery.

3. Comparing the size, situation, markets, and atmosphere  of  Sóller with the city of Palma

4. Learning about how emigration, and the return of  emigrants that had moved to France and America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries  inluenced the village of Sóller. its wealth and its architecture.

5. Learning about transport and communications.

6. Learning  how the same artistic and architectural style is found in different countries and how it is called in different languages: German, English, Catalan, French and Spanish, as well as some of its most outstanding artists (Gaudi, Mucha, Klimt, Lievemont)


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19 Març 2010 - Posted by | anglès, sortides | , , ,

6 comentaris »

  1. I liked Art Nouveau, it’s very naturally, has a lot of animals and plants in the architecture.

    Comentari per zandalie | 23 Març 2010 | Resposta

  2. We saw some terrace with Art Nouveau. We learnt the name of some architects of Art Nouveau: Gaudí, Klimt…
    In my group liked this type of architecture.

    Comentari per miguelinramonllull | 22 Març 2010 | Resposta

  3. I think this excursion will be very interesting. The art nouveau is very beautiful, we shall see in Soller.

    Comentari per peptoni xD | 21 Març 2010 | Resposta

  4. Wow, the art nouveau it’s… beautiful.

    Comentari per tatidt | 21 Març 2010 | Resposta

  5. Maria, where is the word ” bookshwa”, or somethink like that?

    Comentari per india16 | 20 Març 2010 | Resposta

  6. I like very much the second video, the Art Nouveau is very interesting.

    Comentari per india16 | 20 Març 2010 | Resposta


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