Sant Ignasi Malalt Square

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Updated: 05/07/2019

Plaça de Sant Ignasi Malalt
08241 Manresa



Aleix Farrés

Manresa Film Commission

+34 93 878 24 26 / +34 653 877 490 / +34 683 312 688



Medieval origin square that belongs to the 11th century walled enclosure with a trapezoidal shape with an opening for the smaller side. The square has a slight slope and has a small flight of stairs on the side that accesses the Pedregal Street.

In the same square it’s also located the Chapel of San Ignasi Malalt (originally house of the Amigant family), in which, during his stay in Manresa, San Ignacio, he was welcomed at a time when he was sick. The space was converted into a chapel, inaugurated in 1703 and renovated in 1778. Building recognized as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest was deeply rehabilitated in 2015.

Chapel of Sant Ignasi Malalt

17th century chapel / dwelling in a traditional neoclassical style, of small proportions, single plant, backed by both sides (lateral and posterior) to other constructions of similar height. It has a rectangular floor plan with two facades facing corner. Access door with a round arch, displaced from the center of the main façade, with an oculus on top. As a decorative element of the façade stands out, on one side of the ocul, the coat of arms of the noble family Amigant

Conservation state

Outside: Good

Inside:  Good


Parking lot available