Ayuntamiento de Cella
The Cella Town Hall was built at the end of the 16th century and beginning of the 17th century in Renaissance style and was restored on several occasions: 1975, 1982 and 1999.
It is a free-standing building, with a rectangular floor plan built with ashlars on the ground floor and the corners of the building and masonry in the rest of the construction. It has three floors and its interior has been extensively modified.
Access to the ground floor is from a commodities exchange that opens onto the square through four bent semicircular arches supported by grooved pillars. The hall is separated from the rest of the building by a line of fascia.
The walls of the first floor are articulated by four rectangular windows with stone sills and lintels decorated with geometric motifs. In the 1982 restoration, eight semicircular openings were opened, disproportionate to the rest of the construction elements, replacing four small lintelled openings whose function was to illuminate the false ceiling. The façade was restored in 1999.
The façade is crowned by a low overhanging eave and a small piece that houses the clock.
In 2003 it was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest.