Not for the civic centre, but for the cardboard-stone corner next to it
Local legend claims there's a chapel of Santa Eulàlia de Vilapicina that dates back to 1031, but the truth is that the church you see now was built in the late 18th century. Stuck to it like a farmhouse, you'll find a glittering building behind which, nearly a century ago, clay pots were sold. Now it's a yarn shop with pretensions of an undergarment store, and the cypress at the entrance is a marvel. And, yes, spanning time yet linked by a bridge, lies the Can Basté civic centre (Pg. de Fabra i Puig, 274).