In the urban centre of the city of Vic, in the region of Osona, specifically in the Cathedral Square, 6, we can observe an eclectic style building.
This building is composed of a ground floor, four upper floors and a roof.
From this building we can highlight the window, with a semicircular arch, on the first floor. This window is highly decorated with floral motifs. We can also observe how all the corbels that support the balconies have sculpted people’s heads.
Another curiosity of this building is the wood carving that is in the highest part of the building. This carving represents a man, and it is surely an imitation of the carved beam ends that there are in Vic. It can be said, therefore, that the state of conservation of this carving is not good, since it is exposed to the inclement weather.