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The Antoni Aguilar House is a modernist style building located at Bisbe Torres y Bages Street, 18, in the city centre of Vic, in the region of Osona.

This building was built in 1916, at the beginning of the 20th century, by the architect J. Cumeras, and it reflects the urban expansion of Vic at the beginning of the 20th century.

It is a building composed of a ground floor, two upper floors and a terrace. On the ground floor we can see an entrance door and a window with a wrought iron railing. These two openings are of lowered arch.

On the first floor, we can see a large gallery flanked by two small arched windows. This tribune is the support of a balcony on the second floor.

This facade ends with a balustrade. On this railing we can see the date 1916 inscribed, and at each end there is a pinnacle. In addition, in the centre of this banister there is a large eagle.

We can notice how the whole façade is decorated with stucco that imitates stone ashlars, as well as with wrought iron elements.