The recovery and improvement of the historical promenade of the Boca de la Mina in Reus has favored the generation of a new central space on the promenade and as a result of the fact that it has taken on its own entity, the Reus City Hall has decided to recognize it and give it its own name.
This has been made known to the public this Saturday at the inauguration of the new Àngels Ollé square. In this way, the city pays tribute to the writer and pedagogue who promoted the creation of the Mowgli school.
This decision is given by the will of the project to recognize the different singular points of the walk, among which is the access to the school at the central point of the walk.
In the place that used to be an open field with the only use of punctual parking, now a new square provides new uses, dignifies and improves access to the Mowgli school.
Around the square there is a new attraction point, the Parc de les Olors: a new place for rest and leisure that connects the walk with the mill ravine.
In the future, the square will also serve as access to another new space (currently under construction): the Jardí Agrari del Camp, a new public space structured as an agricultural plot with a productive, educational and leisure purpose.