Sculptures and monuments can be found in many different villages in Terres de l’Ebre giving you the chance to discover the region and contemporary art at the same time. For example, there is the Museu dels Jardins del Príncep (Prince's Gardens Museum) in Tortosa, with an outdoor exhibition of work by sculptor, Santiago de Santiago. In Terra Alta, you can visit the Abecedari de la Llibertat (Alphabet of Freedom) in Corbera d’Ebre, homage to peace situated among the remains of Poble Vell de Corbera, which was destroyed during the Battle of Ebre. Speaking on a regional level, "Art al Ras" is a project for placing art in a natural environment, and there are approximately 70 works of sculpture scattered along the country paths linking villages in the area. Culture and nature are linked to enrich your visit to Terres de l’Ebre.
Different monuments commemorate history and pay homage to the most distinguished figures in Terres de l’Ebre. For example, in Perelló the Molí de Vent (windmill) from the 16th century and Coll de les Forques Monument built in honour of the 13 soldiers from the village who fought against Felip IV troops during the Segadors War. In Collet de Sant Anton in Bot, there is a monument dedicated to the worship of Saint Antoni de Pàdua, with a cross dated 1759, which has recently been restored and surrounded by a small rest area. In the Plaça de Dalt in Móra d’Ebre, a monument has been erected, dedicated to sculptor Julio Antonio, outside the house where he was born, and here a permanent exhibition has also been installed. These are but a few examples of sculptured monuments you can visit in Terres de l’Ebre.