The Gandesa Cooperative Wine Cellar (Bodega Cooperativa Gandesa), 1919, Cesar Martinell i Brunet (1888 - 1973), Gandesa, Priorat, Tarragona, Spain. The main part of the building consists of three rectangular naves, which are parallel to each other. The roof is made with architecture more characteristic of Modernist cellars: bricks and a Catalan vault. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Gandesa Cooperative Wine Cellar (Bodega Cooperativa Gandesa), 1919, Cesar Martinell i Brunet (1888 - 1973), Gandesa, Priorat, Tarragona, Spain. The main part of the building consists of three rectangular naves, which are parallel to each other. The roof is made with architecture more characteristic of Modernist cellars: bricks and a Catalan vault. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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