59 Sights in Barcelonès, Spain (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Barcelonès, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 59 sights are available in Barcelonès, Spain.

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1. Mina Grott

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Inarot is a tunnel, about one and a half kilometers long, located in the place name of Arcelona City, connecting Allvidera Anta and the lower part of Allvidera block, close to the lower station of Allvidera Unique. The lower entrance--left--is the left side of the Allvidera Single Track Road, the shortcut at Allvidera, S/N from Arcelona (Acerona), along the left side of the hillside, along the hillside, up the stairs, in the middle distance between the lower railway station and the "water road". It was built in 1855 to transport the water from the swamp to the ancient town of Arian. INS in 1927 recorded the process of transporting water to Syria by pipeline. In 1940 the Alles Ant Ugat Water Company installed a pipeline to carry the water from Arcelona to Ant Ugat. Abadell's water company also took advantage of the play late. 0

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2. Passatge de Permanyer

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The Passage of Permanyer is a alley that crosses the island of houses framed by the streets Roger de Llúria, Pau Claris, Diputació and Consell de Cent, in the Eixample district of Barcelona. The passage, which honors the memory of Francesc Permanyer and Tuyets, is made up of a set of English -type houses. It was unitary projected by Jeroni Granell i Barrera in 1864. The houses consist of basement and ground floor, with a small garden in front. Conceived in an eclectic style, they incorporate elements of classic type and others of arabic nature. The houses at the ends, in the same style, have another floor, of a mansard. This set is included in the Catalog of Cultural Assets of Local Interest of the Barcelona City Council. It is a work protected as a cultural asset of local interest.

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3. Font de Sant Ramon

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The fountain of Sant Ramon is a source of non -drinking water within the boundaries of the Collserola Natural Park. It is 300 meters above sea level, in the area of Santa Maria de Vallvidrera, just under Villa Molitor. Its name comes from the owner of the land where it is located, when it was built. The fountain is composed of several elements that make a large construction. Above all, there is a exposed brick house, where there is a mosaic with the image of the saint. The house is finished off with a vault roof, also made of brick. Under the house is the mine, closed by an iron door. From the mine comes a copper tube where the water flows, which goes to a small pond with central stone. There are about five stone steps to access the Estanyol and the Surt.

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4. Museu de Carrosses Fúnebres

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Museu de Carrosses Fúnebres Cementiris de Barcelona, S.A. / Attribution

The collection of funeral floats shows what the funeral ritual was like in Barcelona from the end of the eighteenth century to the fifties of the 20th century. Through a set of 13 funeral floats, all of which are original, 6 accompaniment cars and 3 motor funeral cars, the collection deals with the appearance of funeral floats, which were closely linked to the evolution of history of Barcelona, its function, the different types that existed, all the ornaments that adorned them and the great role they had in the funeral ritual of the time. Different graphic examples of great burials of illustrious characters, such as, among others, Santiago Rusiñol, Enric Prat de la Riba and Enrique Tierno Galván, accompany the exhibition of funeral floats.

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5. Turó de la Rovira

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Turó de la Rovira is a hill overlooking Barcelona with an altitude of 262m. It has been continually occupied, in one form or another, from the Iberian era to present. During the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939) the Republican anti-air defence authority (DECA) found that the hill was the most suitable place to build its anti-aircraft battery, which was instrumental in republican efforts to defend Barcelona. Post Spanish Civil-War the then abandoned military structures were used as shelters and the shanty town of Els Canons, which survived into the ‘90s, sprung up around them. Also during this time, water tanks and communication towers were installed, some of which can still be seen to this day.

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6. Canòdrom. Ateneu d'Innovació Digital i Democràtica

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The Meridiana Canodrome is a building located in the Sant Andreu district, at Calle Concepción Arenal, 165-185, corner with Riera d'Horta Street, 3-31 and is owned by the municipal ownership. The emblematic building, a reference work of modern Catalan architecture, was built in 1962 by Antoni Bonet and Josep Puig, and opened in 1964. For its architectural uniqueness, it was listed as to architectural heritage of Barcelona. It had a prominent place as a meeting point for the residents of the Congressional and La Sagrera district during the years it was operational, until the closing of the activities in 2006. In 2010, the building passed to Municipal hands and its rehabilitation began.

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7. Jardí Botànic de Barcelona

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The Botanical Garden of Barcelona is a botanical garden in the Montjuïc hill of Barcelona set amongst a number of stadiums used in the Summer Olympic Games of 1992. Although a botanical garden had been established in Barcelona as early as 1888, the current gardens date from 1999. It should not be confused with the Historical Botanical Garden of Barcelona founded in 1930 and reopened in 2003, also located in Montjuïc. Both botanical gardens, the Historical Botanical Garden of Barcelona and the Botanical Garden of Barcelona, are administrated by the Botanical Institute of Barcelona, which is one of the four institutions that constitute the Museum of Natural Sciences of Barcelona.

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8. Palauet Albéniz

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The Palauet Albéniz or The Royal Pavilion of Montjuïc is a palace built in the first quarter of the 20th century, located on barcelona's Montjuïc mountain, near the Stadium. It is usually the residence of the King of Spain on his official visits to the city and is used in certain receptions and public events. After construction it has been adapted to various functions, first as accommodation of the Spanish royal family during the Universal Exposition of Barcelona of 1929 and then, as accommodation of illustrious people. The palace is surrounded by the large Gardens of Joan Maragall. The building is a work included in the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia.

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9. Basílica de la Mercè

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The Basilica of Our Lady of Mercy is a Baroque-style basilica in Barcelona, Catalonia. It was built between 1765 and 1775, being the work of Catalan architect Josep Mas i Dordal. The dome of the church is crowned with a statue of Our Lady that is visible from the seaside promenade near the drassanes. This church was the second in Barcelona to receive the title of minor basilica, preceded only by the Barcelona Cathedral. The title was granted in 1918 by Pope Benedict XV, commemorating the seven hundredth anniversary of the apparition of the Virgin to St. Peter Nolasco, founder of the Order of Mercy.

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10. Església Parroquial de la Concepció

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The Basilica of the Immaculate Conception and Assumption of Our Lady is a basilica in Barcelona, Catalonia. The church originated as the Jonqueres Monastery, that was moved stone by stone when the land of the monastery was to be demolished. In 1879, a bell tower was added from the church of San Miguel which was also going to be demolished. The rectory stands on the left side of the bell tower and is a historicist building built at the end of the 19th century. On 20 February 2009, Pope Benedict XVI granted the title of minor basilica to the church, which became the eighth basilica in the city.

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11. Casa Garriga Nogués

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The Casa Garriga Nogués is an eclectic building from 1899-1901 by Enric Sagnier, commissioned by the financier Rupert Garriga Nogués, located on Carrer de la Diputació 250 in Barcelona, inside the Golden square. It is a typical income house of the constructions of the Eixample of Change of the century, that is, with the ground floor dedicated to commercial premises, the main floor for the owner with access from a private and lordship staircase and the rest of the flats to rent, with access from an independent neighbors scale. It is a work declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest.

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12. Plaça del Duc de Medinaceli

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Plaça del Duc de Medinaceli is a square in central Barcelona. It is part of Barri Gòtic, in the Ciutat Vella district, located between Passeig de Colom and Carrer de la Mercè, on a terrain formerly part of a 13th-century Franciscan convent until 1836. The square was projected after the disappearance of the old city walls and the convent in the 19th century. It is named after the 16th century nobleman Luis de la Cerda y de la Vega, count of Medinaceli, Cogolludo and Arcos de Jalón, a descendant of the Montcada family, who gave away the terrain to the Franciscans.

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13. Jardins de Mercè Rodoreda

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Mercè Rodoreda Gardens are an urban park located between Avenida de la República Argentina, Baixada de Blanes and Carrer de la Costa, in the Putget i Farró district of Barcelona. They were inaugurated in 2008 to commemorate the centenary of the birth of the writer Mercè Rodoreda. Located on a steeply steep terrain, between the hill of El Puget and the Vallcarca stream, the gardens contain typically Mediterranean species such as holm oaks, pine trees, marfull, palm trees, almond trees, among other ornamental species such as cedars, mimosas and palm trees.

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14. Castell de Port

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L Astell in Oort is a circling castle south of the Ontjuic mountain. When it comes to Barcelona's defensive structure, it is of great reference significance from the 11th century to the second half of the 15th century. S is one of the least known urban structures, despite its strategic and controlling significance. Its strategic value is related to its Atalea function in the road network, because during this period, the city of Arcelona was connected with its surrounding villages, especially those in the Roberda Delta region.

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15. Parc d'atraccions del Tibidabo

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The Tibidabo Amusement Park is an amusement park located on the Tibidabo mountain, which belongs to the Collserola mountain range, to the west of the municipality of Barcelona. The park occupies an area of approximately 70,000 m² and has a privileged situation as a viewpoint of the city of Barcelona. It is also the oldest amusement park in the Catalan Countries and Spain, the second oldest in Europe and one of the oldest in the world. The building is a work protected as a cultural asset of local interest.

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16. Torre de comunicacions de Montjuïc

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The Montjuïc Communications Tower, popularly known as Torre Calatrava and Torre Telefónica, is a telecommunication tower in the Montjuïc neighbourhood of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It was designed by Santiago Calatrava, with construction taking place from 1989 to 1992. The white tower was built for Telefónica to transmit television coverage of the 1992 Summer Olympic Games in Barcelona. The 136-metre (446 ft) tower is located in the Olympic park and represents an athlete holding the Olympic Flame.

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17. Poble Espanyol

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The Poble Espanyol is an open-air architectural museum in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, approximately 400 metres away from the Fountains of Montjuïc. Built for the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition, the museum consists of 117 full-scale buildings replicated from different places in the Iberian Peninsula, joined together forming a small town recreating urban atmospheres of disparate places in Spain. It also contains a theater, restaurants, artisan workshops and a museum of contemporary art.

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18. Jardins de Joan Brossa

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Jardins de Joan Brossa JM92 / Public domain

The Joan Brossa Gardens are located in Barcelona, on the Montjuïc mountain, at the bottom of the space where the Montjuïc Amusement Park was previously opened, opened in 1966 and closed in October 1998. The gardens go Being opened in 2003 and named after the poet Joan Brossa i Cuervo. They occupy a space of 5.2 hectares of Mediterranean forest, of which 3.8 are green. They are interconnected with the gardens of Mossèn Cinto Verdaguer and the gardens of the old shooting camp on the flight.

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19. Jardí d'Escultures

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The sculpture garden is located on the Montjuïc mountain, in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona, annexed to the Joan Miró Foundation. It was built in 1990 with an architectural project by Jaume Freixa and Jordi Farrando, and in 2002 it was rebuilt by Marina Salvador. It contains works by sculptors such as Tom Carr, Pep Duran, Perejaume, Enric Pladevall, Jaume Plensa, Josep Maria Riera i Aragó, Cado Manrique, Ernest Altès, Gabriel Sáenz Romero and Sergi Aguilar.

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20. Centre Parroquial de Sant Vicenç de Sarrià

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The Sant Vicenç de Sarrià Parish Center is an entity dependent on the parish of Sant Vicenç de Sarrià, in Barcelona. The center was constituted in 1943 as a continuation of the Institut Sant Josep, which in 1907 was founded in this parish from the Josefina Academy, created in 1896 to offer training and recreation for laics. . The center also has sections dedicated to football, leisure, catechesis or cooperation, and houses theater, music, chess and sewing groups.

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21. Estàtua eqüestre de Sant Jordi

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Ant Audi, also known as Ant Audi Equestrian Statue, Naked Ant or Triumphant Ant, is a sculpture in Ant-Audi District of Arcelona, located in Ant Audi Square, also known as Rider Hall. The lemon soap bra in 1924 was placed against the background of urbanization in Angqiu Mountain and made to celebrate the international exhibition in 1929. This work is registered as Ocal Nterterese Ultimate of the 9th Catalan Cultural Branch, with the code 08019/1780.

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22. Arc de Triomf

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The Arc de Triomf is a triumphal arch in the city of Barcelona in Catalonia, Spain. It was built by architect Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas as the main access gate for the 1888 Barcelona World Fair. The arch crosses over the wide central promenade of the Passeig de Lluís Companys, leading to the Ciutadella Park that now occupies the site of the world fair. It is located at the northern end of the promenade, facing the Passeig de Sant Joan.

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23. Font de Diana

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The Font de Diana is a sculptural monument located at the crossroads of Gran Vía de les Corts Catalanes with Roger de Llúria street, in the Eixample district of Barcelona. Created in 1898 and installed in its location in 1919, it was the work of the sculptor Venanci Vallmitjana i Barbany. This is a work inscribed as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest (BCIL) in the Inventory of Catalan Cultural Heritage with the code 08019/1446.

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24. Museu Olímpic i de l'Esport Joan Antoni Samaranch

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The Juan Antonio Samaranch Olympic and Sports Museum opened in 2007 at the Olympic Ring in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The museum is located in front of the Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium at the Montjuïc hill. In June 2010 it was renamed in honour of Juan Antonio Samaranch, who was president of the International Olympic Committee from 1980 to 2001 and a key person during the 1992 Summer Olympics, which were held in Barcelona.

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25. Pati Manning

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The Casa de la Caritat is a group of buildings in Barcelona protected as a cultural asset of local interest. The original complex was built in 1749 and restored in 1929 in the middle of the expansion of Catalan modernism. The Charity Center worked between 1802 and 1956, when the facilities moved to the Mundet Home. The complex was abandoned until in 1980 it was included in the reform plan planned for the Raval district.

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26. Font La Bellesa

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The beautiful fountain is a sculpture, located in the Sants-Montjußc district of Barcelona, in Dante Square. The 1925 works of Josep Llimona were set against the background of the urbanization of the Montjußc mountains to celebrate the 1929 international exhibition. This work is listed as a cultural heritage of local interest (bcil) in Catalonia's cultural heritage list, with the code 08019/1756.

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27. Parc de la Primavera

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L Rimmara Park is located in the Ontjuic Mountains in the Antes-Antes district of Arcelona. It is planned to be established in cooperation with Atrizia Alcone Project in 2007. Quest Park's vision is based on self-sufficiency and sustainability, which is one of the basic prerequisites for creating green areas in counties and towns at present, such as Anigar, Orent River Dude and Orent Irier Park.

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28. Parc de Can Sabaté

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Can Sabaté Park is located in the Marina de Port, in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona. It was built in 1984 with a project by Neus Solé, Imma Jansana and Daniel Navas, who had the Council of Nicolau Maria Rubió i Tudurí, former director of Parks and Gardens of Barcelona between 1917 and 1937, author of the park of Montjuïc next to Jean-Claude Nicolas Forestier in 1929.

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29. Casa Museu Gaudí

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The Gaudí House Museum, located within the Park Güell in Barcelona, is a historic home museum that houses a collection of furniture and objects designed by the Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí. It was the residence of Antoni Gaudí for almost 20 years, from 1906 till the end of 1925. On 28 September 1963 it opened as a historic home museum.

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30. Museu de Cera

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Museu de Cera Museu de Cera de Barcelona / Fair use

The Barcelona Wax Museum is a private museum in Barcelona that contains an important collection of more than 200 wax figures from real and fictional characters and receives almost 200,000 visits a year. It is located in the old headquarters of the Bank of Barcelona, in Calle de la Banca, in a building dating to 1867.

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31. Font de Ceres

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The Font de Ceres is located in Plaça de Sant Jordi - also known as the Llobregat viewpoint - on the Montjuïc mountain, Barcelona. It was created in 1830 by Celdoni Guixà. This work is registered as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest (BCIL) in the Inventory of Catalan Cultural Heritage with the code 08019/1781.

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32. Plaça de Buenaventura Durruti

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Plaça de Buenaventura Durruti Unknown authorUnknown author / Public domain

José Buenaventura Durruti Dumange (1896–1936) was a Spanish insurrectionary, anarcho-syndicalist militant involved with the CNT and FAI in the periods before and during the Spanish Civil War. Durruti played an influential role during the Spanish Revolution and is remembered as a hero in the anarchist movement.

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33. Jardins de Joan Maragall

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The Joan Maragall Gardens surround the Palauet Albéniz building and are located on Barcelona's Montjuïc Mountain, between the Montjuïc Stadium and the Palau Nacional. They have tree-lined avenues, large expanses of grass, broderie flower beds, more than 30 outdoor sculptures and ornamental fountains.

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34. Bàrcino

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Bárcino is an urban poem created by Joan Brossa in 1994. It is located in the Plaça Nova in Barcelona, in front of the old Roman and medieval walls of the city. The work was commissioned by the Barcelona City Council to the Barcelona poet, to create a space that delimited the Plaça de les Muralles.

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35. Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya

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The Palau Nacional is a building on the hill of Montjuïc in Barcelona. It was the main site of the 1929 International Exhibition. It was designed by Eugenio Cendoya and Enric Catà under the supervision of Pere Domènech i Roura. Since 1934 it has been home to the National Art Museum of Catalonia.

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36. Parròquia de Sant Vicenç

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The church of Sant Vicenç de Sarrià is a neoclassical temple located in the main square of Sarrià, in Barcelona, built in 1781 by Josep Mas in the location of previous temples. The Holy Holder of the Parish is Sant Vicenç d'Osca. It is a work protected as a cultural asset of local interest.

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37. Duana del Port

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The Customs of the Port of Barcelona is a building in the port of Barcelona in front of the Royal Drassanes of the Raval district of Barcelona, just in front of the Port Vell, the old Port of Freight, next to the Moll de la Fusta. It is a work protected as a cultural asset of local interest.

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38. Casa Mulleras

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Casa Mulleras Xavier Badia Castellà / CC BY-SA 3.0

Casa Mulleras is a house in Barcelona, Spain, located on the Passeig de Gràcia in the Eixample district. Originally built in 1868, it was remodelled in a Neoclassical style by Enric Sagnier between 1906 and 1911. The house forms part of a row of buildings known as the Illa de la Discòrdia.

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39. Monument a Francesc Macià

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L. Onumante of Ranses-Asias is a sculpture created by Osep Aria Ubirachs in 1991. Located in the heart of the city's nervous system-Barcelona's Plaza Mataruna, S is part of a mass of public statues that make up an authentic outdoor museum. It is planned to open on December 25, 1991.

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40. Penya del Moro

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The Penya del Moro is a hill of 277 m altitude of the Sierra de Collserola located in the municipality of Sant Just Desvern, in the confectione of Sant Feliu de Llobregat, with sites of an Iberian settlement and a medieval fortification. It was formerly known as Puig Castellar.

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41. Jardins de Laribal

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Ls Ardinards is located in the Ontjuic Mountains in the Antes-Antes district of Arcelona. They were created between 1917 and 1924, and on the occasion of the international exhibition in Barcelona in 1929, by Icolas Orestier and Icolau Aria Ubiono and Uduri by Ean-Laude.

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42. Via Sepulcral Romana

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Via, the cemetery of Ira Square on Adrian Island, is a Roman city located in Ira Square on Adrian Island and its surrounding areas, in Arcelona. S Century A and although still lower than the square, urbanization allows the square to be seen from the main street.

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43. Parc de Montjuïc

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Parc de Montjuïc is the upper station of the Funicular de Montjuïc, which is operated by Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB) as part of the Barcelona Metro. The station serves the hill of Montjuïc and the various sporting and other facilities there.

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44. Jardins del Mirador de l'Alcalde

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Ls Ardins, a hiker in Lcalde, is located in the Ontjuic Mountains in Arcelona, taking advantage of the steep slopes near Ontjuic Castle. Lcalde's L Irador is part of the IMS trial, a high quota landscape planning project from Iramar to Otjuic on OC Street.

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45. Església de Sant Adrià

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The church of Sant Adrià is a Catholic parish temple in the municipality of Sant Adrià de Besòs (Barcelonès). Its 11th century is documented. The current temple was built in 1940, after the destruction of the old one in 1936 during the Civil War.

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46. El Fossar de la Pedrera

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The Fossar de la Pedrera is located on Montjuïc hill in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona. Forming part of the Montjuïc Cemetery, it was used as a mass grave for 4,000 victims of Spain's White Terror. There is now a memorial on the site.

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47. Casa Calvet

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Casa Calvet is a building, designed by Antoni Gaudí for a textile manufacturer which served as both a commercial property and a residence. It is located at Carrer de Casp 48, Eixample district of Barcelona. It was built between 1898 and 1900.

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48. Parc de la Font Florida

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The Parc de la Font Florida is located next to the Montjuïc mountain, near the Zona Franca, in the Sants-Montjuïc district of the city of Barcelona. It was created in 1995 with a project by Carles Casamor, Ramon Marquès and Carles Fuentes.

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49. L'Estel Ferit

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The wounded star is a sculpture by Rebecca horn consisting of four cubes unleashed 10 meters high. Located on the sand on Sant Miquel beach, it has become one of the symbols of Barcelona and a meeting point for the surfers of the city.

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50. Claustre de l'església de la Concepció

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Anta Aliad Onkrez, a monastic monastery in the city of Arcelona, was on Onkrez Street from the 13th century until the church and cloister were moved into Slate Street, which is now part of the Diocese of Onkrez in the Incense District.

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51. Portal del Bisbe

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The Bishop's portal is the only one that has been preserved of the four that opened to the Roman wall of Bárcino. It is located at the beginning of Bisbe Street, on the border with Plaça Nova, in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona.

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52. Far de Montjuïc

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The Montjuic lighthouse is a lighthouse located in the vicinity of the entrance to the port of Barcelona, in the Colina de Montjuic, in the province of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It is managed by the Port Authority of Barcelona.

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53. Jardí d'Aclimatació de Barcelona

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The Barcelona Aclimation Garden is located on the Montjuïc mountain in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona, between the Olympic Stadium and the Bernat Picornell pools. It was created in the Nicolau Maria Rubió i Tudurí.

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54. Museu d'Història de Barcelona

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Viŀla Joana is a masia located in Vallvidrera in the middle of Collserola Natural Park. It is a two storey building with a watchtower and lateral galleries. One of its most distinctive elements is the clock on the main façade.

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55. Pailebot Santa Eulàlia

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L Pailebot Anta Ulalia is a historic sailboat in the Mediterranean Sea of West Africa and is also a representative of boating. It was declared a national culture by Olvera (Lacante) in 1919 and by Mattaruna Energy State in 2011.

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56. Les quatre barres

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The four bars of the Catalan flag is a sculpture by the Catalan architect Ricard Bofill i Leví. The sculpture, which was inaugurated on September 1, 2009, is located in Plaza de la Rosa dels Vents, 1, next to the Hotel Vela.

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57. Logia Masonica GLSE

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The Symbolic Grand Lodge of Spain is one of the main grand obediences in Spain. It is one of group of obediences included in CLIPSAS, and can be defined as a mixed or egalitarian, liberal and non-dogmatic Grand Lodge.

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58. Sala hipòstila

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The Hundred Pillars Hall is a large porch composed of 86 pillars, supporting the grand square of Guire Park in Barcelona. Designed by antoni Gaudi to accommodate the market of a never-finished residential city.

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59. Jardins de Mossèn Costa i Llobera

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The Gardens of Mossèn Costa i Llobera are a botanical garden of 3.16 hectares of extension, specializing in cacti and succulent plants, and located on the foothills of the Montjuïc mountain, in Barcelona.

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