What to see in Corcubión
Corcubion, land of calm and bravery
José Carrera Building
plaza José Carrera, 1
Eduardo Rodríguez Losada y Rebellón
property of the Corcubión Town Hall
This building was born from the desire of the philanthropist José Carrera Fábregas to create a teaching centre in his hometown. It was originally built to serve as a Practical School of Arts and Crafts, so it follows the typology of the school institutions of the time. It has a central square body that connects the two symmetrically arranged wings where the classrooms were arranged. The chapel, which was in the centre of the façade, was the element that marked the division of the space. In 1967, the building was remodelled and extended, and another one was added in 2001, leaving the building as we see it today. This building currently houses the Corcubión Town Hall building and other public facilities.