CONVENT DE LES GERMANES DE LA CARITAT (Convent of the Sisters of Charity)
It is the convent of the Sisters of Charity and the birth house of the blessed Sor Francinaina Cirer.
The facade has three floors and asymmetrically yet regularly disposed windows.
The main door is crowned by a round arch with the lower jambs and the lintel made of limestone. It is furnished with voussoirs and spandrels. There is a flagstone and two windows on the left. Over the door an inscription reads: “casa de les germanes de la caritat” (house of the sisters of charity).
There are three windows on the first floor and two small segmental arch windows on the porch. All the openings are framed and have a flat sill.
A block housing the oratory is located to the right of the facade. It is oriented perpendicular and has a lintelled door with a semicircular tympanum. A balcony window opens above the tympanum. A belfry crowned by a cross rises from the roof.
The interior of the convent is formed by two crossings. The dining hall, the kitchen and the room of Sor Francinaina are in perfect state of conservation and preserve all its elements.
The outer walls are rendered, although the skirting board is made of limestone. The cornice is moulded and the building is topped by a saddle roof covered by Arab tiles.