Venue Sa Torre Cega

Private mansion with important gardens that, until recently, held a noteworthy collection of contemporary sculpture

Torre Cega is one of the most emblematic residences of the March-Servera family. The gardens, designed by Russel Page (1970s) housed an extensive collection of contemporary sculpture until recent years. The house itself is in the regional style and was designed (1916) by Majorcan architect Guillem Reynés.

This mansion is associated with Joan March, a famous 20th century banker, and his wife Leonor Servera. The house is in the regional style and was commissioned (1916) to architect Guillem Reynés Font. Its square layout consists of three floors and a tower on the side. Its current appearance is the result of later remodelling (1930 and the 1970s). It is noted for its gardens, which were designed in the early 1970s by Russel Page and subsequently reworked by Leandro Silva and Gabriel Alomar. In them there used to be important sculptures by artists such as Eusebio Semprere, Eduardo Chillida and Auguste Rodin, now currently on display in the Palau March (Fundación Bartolomé March Servera), Palma (c/ Palau Reial, 18).

C/ Juan March, 2
07590 Capdepera


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