Saló de la Reina Regent – Ajuntament de Barcelona by neobit

Room of the Queen Regent

Situated next to the “Saló de Cent”, it was designed by Francesc Daniel Molina in 1860. At present it used for plenary meetings. Shaped in the form of a semicircle, the ceiling is half-dome with a stained glass covering.
The presidential table is surrounded by 50 seats divided in two blocks, and there are two galleries for the public and the press. The room is decorated with two bronze candelabra, a portrait of Maria Cristina, the Queen Regent, and her son Alfonso XIII as a child, a bust of King Jan Carlos I, and in the niches, two marble statues depicting St. George and St. Eulalia by Josep Viladomat.