On the 30th
of January 1938, the Italian air forces bombed the area of the Cathedral and the Plaça Nova, affecting buildings in Carrer Sant Domènec del Call and in Plaça de Sant Felip Neri.
Part of the complex of Sant Felip Neri collapsed, killing many people. The current square is the result of a mid-twentieth century radical urbanisation with new buildings, all aligned, except for the church.
In this new development some medieval buildings were moved from the rubble of the opening of Via Laietana. One of them was the old shoemakers' guild, the current Museum of the Shoes. In the middle Ages the square was connected to Carrer del Bisbe, across the carrer de Montjuïc del Bisbe.
This building is a new construction of the late 1950s in order to restore and design new facades to the buildings of the square. In the 14th
century, Isaac Bisbal lived in this area. Other nearby buildings were owned by members of the Gracià (hebr. Hen) family, who owned several houses in the Jewish quarter (el Call).
Third generation making handmade soaps. Experts producing varied and original soaps.
Services: customised soaps: personalised shapes, logos, colors and scent. They can be made in three formats. 20 kg of soap is the minimum to produce it.
Products: handmade soap made in-house. A base of soap with added essential oils, herbs, cereals or natural or artificial compositions.
Owner: Eliana Sabater
Year opened 1937
Social media: https://es-es.facebook.com/pages/Sabater-Hnos
Phone number: 93 301 9832
Opening hours: 10:30 A 20:30
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