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Jean S wrote a review Sep. 2019
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, United Kingdom527 contributions147 helpful votes
Who would have thought there would be something like this in the entrance to a hospital! The murals are utterly beautiful and well worth spending time to look at.
Date of experience: September 2019
Terrance M wrote a review Sep. 2019
Hamilton, Canada3,012 contributions309 helpful votes
Jordi Bonet was Spanish. He lived and worked mostly in Quebec. He knew Salvador Dali and has work in such far off places as Freetown, Sierra Leone. In 1967, he completed a series of pieces located in the foyer of the Dr Charles S Curtis Memorial Hospital. Located across the street from the Grenfell Interpretation Center [and actually part of it], they are worth the very short stroll.…
Date of experience: August 2019
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talk2planes wrote a review Aug. 2019
Athens, Alabama1,201 contributions54 helpful votes
Very interesting and unique. We liked hearing the meaning of each tile. Quite impressive. A nice tribute to the Grenfells and the area history.
Date of experience: July 2019
siddy666 wrote a review Jul. 2019
Montreal, Canada140 contributions16 helpful votes
Located in the main foyer of St. Anthony's hospital (on the main road), these murals are very well done; nevertheless, I wouldn't say that this is a must-do attraction; only stop here for 5min if you happen to be in St. Anthony.
Date of experience: June 2019
Cliff J wrote a review Dec. 2018
London, United Kingdom1,869 contributions134 helpful votes
The murals are located in the Foyer of the Curtis Memorial Hospital and are well worth a visit, particularly if you are on your way between the Grenfell Interpretative Centre and the Grenfell House Museum, as you have to pass the entrance to the Hospital. If you are lucky enough to visit on a sunny day the murals come alive in the bright sunshine but if it's a dull day, not so much but still worth a visit.…
Date of experience: September 2018
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