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Powerpoint Acabat Angles (1)
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    • 1. Gósol
    • 2. Introduction
      • We are going to explain some different parts:
        • Basic information
        • Location
        • A little history
        • Work and industry in Gósol
        • Interesting things to see
        • Festivals
        • Pablo Picasso
        • Conclusions
      Information
    • 3.
      • Gósol is located in Berguedà, in the “Pre-Pyrenee”
      • In Gósol there are about 225 habitants in total. Only stable population of about 100 residents.In the summer there are about 1500 habitants.
      • Gósol exists since X century. It is built in a top of a mountain.
      • Pablo Picasso stayed in Gósol in 1906.
      Basic information
    • 4.
      •   Gosol is located in Berguedà, in the “Pre-Pyrenee”. Rounded by Alt Urgell, Solsonès, Bages, Osona and Ripollès.
      Location
    • 5.
      • In the tenth century it was the built of the village in the top of the mountains.
      • In 1763 was built “Santa Margarida’s” church.
      • From 1800 to 1900 there was the abandonadment of the old village and the built of the new village.
      • In 1837 to 1876 the houses were burned.
      • In 1906 Pablo Picasso started in Gósol.
      • In 1927 they installed the power station.
      • In 1937 in the Civil War, the altars of the chruches were burned.
      • In 1960 started a big migration to the cities.
      A little history
    • 6.
      • In Gósol the most important sector is the primary sector: the peasantry .
      • Gósol also benifits a little, thanks for mines of Saldes.
      Work and industry in Gósol
    • 7.
      • In Gósol the most importants things to see are:
      • - Museum
      • - Sta. Maria of the castle of Gósol
      • - “ Sta. Eulàlia de Bonner”
      • - Torresenta
      • - The mill
      • - Cap de la Creu
      • - Pedraforca
      Interesting things to see
    • 8.
      • The most important festivals in Gósol are:
      • “ Festa Major”
      • “ Festa del Segar”
      • “ Festa de Santa Margarida”
      Festivals
    • 9. Pablo Picasso Picasso arrived in Gósol in 1906. He when there to recover from an illness. There Picasso changed his form of paint and developed the cubism. Picasso lived in a Hostal called “Cal Tempanera” He was inspirad with Fernande Olivier( his couple) the town, the people of the zone, the cows, the horses,… Some of his most important picture are: “La dona dels pans”, “El jove gosolà”, “Fernande amb el mocador”…
    • 10. THE END!

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