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1. Park Guell

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Parc Güell is a privatized park system composed of gardens and architectural elements located on Carmel Hill, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Carmel Hill belongs to the mountain range of Collserola – the Parc del Carmel is located on the northern face. Park Güell is located in La Salut, a neighborhood in the Gràcia district of Barcelona. With urbanization in mind, Eusebi Güell assigned the design of the park to Antoni Gaudí, a renowned architect and the face of Catalan modernism.

Wikipedia: Park Güell (EN), Website

2. Museu Egipci

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The Egyptian Museum of Barcelona is a museum located on Valencia Street in Barcelona that belongs to the Clos Archaeological Foundation, a private and non-profit organization. The Foundation acts as a dynamic element of the museum, which was the first pharaonic-themed museum to be inaugurated in Spain.

Wikipedia: Museu Egipci de Barcelona (CA), Website

3. Palau de la Música Catalana

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Palau de la Música Catalana is a concert hall in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Designed in the Catalan modernista style by the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, it was built between 1905 and 1908 for Orfeó Català, a choral society founded in 1891 that was a leading force in the Catalan cultural movement that came to be known as the Renaixença. It was inaugurated on 9 February 1908.

Wikipedia: Palau de la Música Catalana (EN), Website

4. La Rambla

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La Rambla is a street in central Barcelona. A tree-lined pedestrian street, it stretches for 1.2 km (0.75 mi) connecting the Plaça de Catalunya in its center with the Christopher Columbus Monument at Port Vell. La Rambla forms the boundary between the neighbourhoods of the Barri Gòtic to the east and the El Raval to the west.

Wikipedia: La Rambla, Barcelona (EN)

5. Fossar de les Moreres

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The Fossar de les Moreres is a memorial square in Barcelona, adjacent to the basilica of Santa Maria del Mar. The plaza was built over a cemetery where defenders of the city were buried following the Siege of Barcelona at the end of the War of the Spanish Succession in 1714. The plaza features a memorial to the fallen Catalans of the war, with a torch of eternal flame and a heroic poem by Frederic Soler, "El Fossar de les Moreres".

Wikipedia: Fossar de les Moreres (EN)

6. Palau Güell

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The Palau Güell is a mansion designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí for the industrial tycoon Eusebi Güell, and was built between 1886 and 1888. It is situated on the Carrer Nou de la Rambla, in the El Raval neighborhood of Barcelona in Catalonia, Spain. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Works of Antoni Gaudí".

Wikipedia: Palau Güell (EN), Website

7. Roman Wall

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Barcelona's Roman Ural is Barcelona's work, which is declared as the national culture. S began at the end of the century and ended at the beginning of the 4th century. Bans used to be there, occupying the same perimeter, except for the so-called maritime Astrom area, where a less tall wall decided to be reinforced.

Wikipedia: Muralla romana de Barcelona (CA)

8. Dona i Ocell

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Wave and Bird is a barrier-free Aoan iron ore sculpture, which is lifted 22 meters high on the artificial pond in Aoan iron ore park in Arcelona. Built between 1981 and 1982-in order to facilitate shooting the following year-this work is made of artificial stone, partly coated with painted ceramics such as red, yellow, green and blue, which were treated into fragments, and made by potter Oan Ardy Rtigas. The sculpture is the last public work of Aoan Tie. 'Work should have, in form, and have women's reasons with others. S a vertical and complex shape: at the bottom part, there is a circular organic figure part, which is upward as a natural element. If it's an onion or a small plug on it, there will eventually be an outbreak, pang Sai or mushroom head. Again, above everything else, there is something very different: like a scroll of inequality and mutual benefit, it is empty, full of white fragments, shining when receiving light, with a yellow half-moon shape on its crown and sharp corners. L color is made of various colors by crushing effect. He said that by establishing various relationships between sculpture and different organs, living things and stopping elements, there is a implied meaning. "Being loaded..." The black opening, vertical, always connected with vulva and vulva, has a fragile shape as a whole.

Wikipedia: Dona i Ocell (CA)

9. Hotel Casa Fuster

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La Casa Fuster és un edifici modernista dissenyat i creat per Lluís Domènech i Montaner amb la col·laboració del seu fill Pere Domènech i Roura entre l'any 1908 i 1911 a la ciutat de Barcelona. Fou construïda per encàrrec de la Consol Fabra i Puig, filla del marquesat d'Alella i esposa de Marià Fuster, que hi havia de residir. Està situada al número 132 del passeig de Gràcia, al capdamunt de tot, davant els Jardins de Salvador Espriu, vora la Diagonal. Precisament els jardins s'anomenen així en honor del poeta, ja que en un dels despatxos de la torre cilíndrica de la cantonada Espriu hi va crear gran part de la seva obra literària. Domènech i Montaner, en una de les seves últimes obres, la darrera a Barcelona, utilitza molts dels seus elements característics: base de robustes columnes de pedra rosa, finestres trilobades, ornamentació floral. El conjunt, però, denota una gran contenció expressiva, afavorida per la blancor del marbre i l'eurítmia de les façanes; la posterior és insòlitament plana. És una obra protegida com a Bé Cultural d'Interès Local.

Wikipedia: Casa Fuster (CA), Website, Website

10. Pis-Museu Casa Bloc

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The Casa Bloc is a residential building built between 1932 and 1936 in the Sant Andreu district of the city of Barcelona. Its architects were Josep Lluís Sert (1902–1983), Josep Torres Clavé (1906–1939) and Joan Baptista Subirana (1904–1978), all members of GATCPAC (Catalan Group of Architects and Technicians for the Progress of Contemporary Architecture). Catalan architects of the Second Republic, brought together by the GATCPAC, proposed a new way of living that was just, accommodated co-existence and defended the collective identity. The creation of Casa Bloc was one of the first steps towards dignifying workers' living conditions. As a result of the Spanish Civil war, the project was cut short. In 2012, after a careful restoration by the Institut Català del Sòl and Institut de Cultura of Barcelona through the Disseny Hub Barcelona, the doors to apartment number 1/11 are open and furnished just as its creators had originally wanted.

Wikipedia: Casa Bloc (EN), Website

11. Parc del Turó de la Peira

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The Park of Turó de la Peira, located on the hill of the same name, extends over an area of 7.71 hectares that were part of an old quarry owned by the Marchioness of Castellbell. The space passed into municipal hands during the Second Republic and was declared a public park. However, on this land a group of houses were still built by the developer Sanahuja, the same one that would later build the Diagonal island, and which today forms the heart of the neighborhood of the same name, and a religious school of the sisters of the Sacred Heart. With the arrival of the transition, the city council as yet undemocratic began the adaptation of the park itself, the last work of the great master Nicolau Maria Rubió i Tudurí. Its maximum height is 138 meters above sea level on an esplanade with a large iron cross from where you can enjoy good views of the north of the city of Barcelona between the sea and Collserola.

Wikipedia: Parc del Turó de la Peira (CA)

12. Mont Tàber

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Mont Tàber Pere López / CC BY-SA 3.0

Mont Tàber is a hill located in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona, 16.9 m above sea level, and which hosted the first Roman settlement of the new Barcino. It is difficult to perceive due to the buildings of the city, but the slope of some streets allows you to notice the difference in height between the Roman city, located on the hill, and the lower grounds in the surroundings such as the descent of the Llibreteria, the descent of Santa Eulalia or the stairs of the Cathedral plain. Its summit is marked by a millstone on Carrer Paradís, in front of the headquarters of the Centre Excursionista de Catalunya. Inside this building there are also the columns that are preserved from the temple of Augustus, vestige of Barcino. Despite the Roman appearance, it is a modern place name, first documented in the Middle Ages and transported from the biblical Mount Tabor.

Wikipedia: Mont Tàber (CA)

13. Sant Genis dels Agudells

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The church of Sant Genís dels Agudells is a church in the Sant Genís dels Agudells neighbourhood, in the Horta-Guinardó district of Barcelona. It is one of the ten oldest parishes in Barcelona. It seems that it was founded in 931, but the current building is from 1571. In 1359 it became dependent on the monastery of Sant Jeroni at Vall d'Hebron, but with the disappearance of the monastery it was attached to the parish of Sant Joan d'Horta (1867). It is remarkable the cemetery that still exists next to the church, the only one that remains within the urban center of the city and that is not municipally owned. Several illustrious figures are buried there, including Manuel Carrasco i Formiguera, a member of the Democratic Union of Catalonia, who was shot in Burgos in 1938, until he was transferred to montjuïc cemetery in 2001.

Wikipedia: Església de Sant Genís dels Agudells (CA)

14. Font de Sant Ramon

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The Font de Sant Ramon is a source of non-potable water within the limits of the Collserola Natural Park. It is located 300 meters above sea level, in the area of Santa Maria de Vallvidrera, just below Vil·la 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 it a large construction. Above all there is an exposed brick house, where there is a mosaic with the image of the saint. The house is topped with a vaulted roof, also made of brick. Under the hut is the mine, closed by an iron door. From the mine comes a copper tube through which the water flows, which ends up in a small pond with central pedigree. To access the pond and the upwelling there are about five stone steps.

Wikipedia: Font de Sant Ramon (CA)

15. Laboratori de Natura

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The Nature Laboratory is one of the four headquarters of the Natural Science Museum of Barcelona. It is located in the Castle of the Three Dragons building in the Ciutadella Park and houses the zoology collections, to which will be added the geology collections of the Martorell Museum. It is a facility that brings together the scientific functions dedicated to documenting and increasing the understanding of the natural world. These functions are specified in the conservation of the heritage of reference collections of natural and documentary sciences, in the research and study of the natural cultural heritage, and in the publication of reference works. It also houses the Natura Sonora sound library, the documentation centre and a specialised library.

Wikipedia: Laboratori de Natura (CA)

16. Refugi Antiaeri de la Guerra Civil

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The air-raid shelter of Sant Adrià del Besòs is an air-raid shelter that was built in Sant Adrià de Besòs during the Spanish Civil War in 1937. To avoid in part the massacre of the bombings, the city council decided to start the construction of the refuge in the Plaza Macià. The work was directed by the architect Juan Maymó, and the works were completed in 1938, the year Barcelona suffered the air attack in January and March. Finally, with the entry of the national side, the refuge was closed during the month of March 1939. Almost sixty years later, in 2006, the refuge reopened its doors, with the rehabilitation carried out by the architect Judit Bellostes. It has a capacity for 80 or 100 people and can be visited.

Wikipedia: Refugi antiaeri de Sant Adrià de Besòs (CA), Ref Bcil Website, Heritage Website

17. Museu d'Història de la Ciutat

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The Museum of the History of Barcelona is a history museum that conserves, researches, communicates and exhibits the historical heritage of the city of Barcelona, from its origins in Roman times until the present day. The museum's headquarters are located on Plaça del Rei, in the Barcelona Gothic Quarter. It also manages several historic sites all around the city, most of them archaeological sites displaying remains of the ancient Roman city, called Barcino in Latin. Some others date to medieval times, including the Jewish quarter and the medieval royal palace called the Palau Reial Major. The rest are contemporary, among them old industrial buildings and sites related to Antoni Gaudí and the Spanish Civil War.

Wikipedia: Museum of the History of Barcelona (EN), Website

18. 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.

Wikipedia: Turó de la Rovira (EN)

19. Cascada del Parc de la Ciutadella

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The Ciutadella Park Waterfall –also known as the Great Waterfall or Monumental Waterfall- is an architectural and sculptural complex with fountains and springs of water located in the Parc de la Ciutadella, in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona. It was built between 1875 and 1888 with a general design by Josep Fontserè, while the hydraulic project was the work of Antoni Gaudí, and its sculptural elements involved Rossend Nobas, Venanci Vallmitjana, Eduard B. Alentorn, Francesc Pagès i Serratosa, Josep Gamot, Manuel Fuxà, Joan Flotats and Rafael Atché. It is registered as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest (BCIL) in the Inventory of Catalan Cultural Heritage under code 08019/355.

Wikipedia: Cascada del Parc de la Ciutadella (CA), Website

20. Botanical garden of 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.

Wikipedia: Jardí Botànic de Barcelona (EN), Website

21. CosmoCaixa

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CosmoCaixa Barcelona is a science museum located in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Formerly known as the Science Museum of Barcelona, it closed for renovations in 1998 and reopened in 2004 under its current name. The museum features a variety of exhibitions, permanent and temporary, that showcase the environment, nature, science, and space. CosmoCaixa also has a planetarium and exhibitions devoted to interaction such as touch and play for small children. It also has a bookstore, gift shop, library, teaching center and cafe. The museum is sponsored by la Caixa. Entry to the museum is free for students under 16. Adults too can enjoy at the museum with an entry ticket of 6 euros.

Wikipedia: CosmoCaixa Barcelona (EN), Website

22. Museum of Funeral Carriages

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Museum of Funeral Carriages Cementiris de Barcelona, S.A. / Attribution

The anti-unification rice shows how grand the funeral ceremony was in Barcelona from the late 18th century to the 1950s. There are 13 funeral cars on display in the collection, all of which are original versions, 6 funeral cars and 3 motorized funeral cars. The collection tells about the appearance of funeral cars, their historical evolution with Barcelona, their functions, various types of existence, all the decorations guarding them, and their great role in funeral ceremonies at that time. Examples of large-scale graphic funerals of figures drawn by Iferents, such as Antiago Usinol, Nric Rat de Iba and Nrique Ierno Alvan, are accompanied by float exhibitions of funerals.

Wikipedia: Col·lecció de Carrosses Fúnebres (CA), Website, Facebook, Twitter

23. Museu de Cultures del Món

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The Museum of World Cultures was a museum specialized in the history of various cultures around the world located at 14 Montcada Street in Barcelona, in the Palau Nadal and the Marquis of Llió, just in front of the Picasso Museum, in the buildings previously occupied by the Barbier-Mueller Pre-Columbian Art Museum of Barcelona and the Design Museum, respectively. It was inaugurated in early 2015. It exhibits the non-Western collections of the Barcelona Ethnological Museum and the Folch Collection, as well as pieces from other private collections. Since 2018 it has been integrated into the Museum of Ethnology and World Cultures.

Wikipedia: Museu de Cultures del Món (CA), Website

24. Torre Agbar

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The Torre Glòries, formerly known as Torre Agbar, is a 38-story skyscraper located between Avinguda Diagonal and Carrer Badajoz, near Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, which marks the gateway to the new technological district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It was designed by French architect Jean Nouvel in association with the Spanish firm b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos and built by Dragados. The Torre Glòries is located in the Poblenou neighbourhood of Barcelona and it was originally named after its owners, the Agbar Group, a holding company whose interests include the Barcelona water company Aigües de Barcelona.

Wikipedia: Torre Glòries (EN)

25. 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.

Wikipedia: Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (Barcelona) (EN)

26. Elogi de l'aigua

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In Praise of Water is a 1987 sculpture by Eduardo Chillida located in the Creueta del Coll Park in Barcelona. It is a solid piece of reinforced concrete from which four arms emerge that are screwed suspended by four steel wires on a pond. It weighs 54 tons and measures 12 meters high by 7.2 meters long and 6.5 meters wide. The work is located in an old quarry, in one of the areas built on the occasion of the 1992 Summer Olympic Games, whose walls delimit and house the monument. This sculpture was installed the same year that the artist received the Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts.

Wikipedia: Elogi de l'aigua (CA)

27. Monument a Mossèn Jacint Verdaguer

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The monument to Mossèn Jacint Verdaguer, popularly El cuervo or La palmatoria, is a monument in the Noucentista style designed by the architect Josep Maria Pericas and crowned with a bronze statue by the sculptor Joan Borrell i Nicolau that represents the Folguerolenc poet Jacint Verdaguer i Santaló. Llucià Oslé and Miquel Oslé are the authors of the reliefs that make up the frieze that surrounds the monument, alluding to several poems by Verdaguer. The monument is located in the Plaza de Mossèn Jacint Verdaguer, at the crossroads of Passeig de Sant Joan and Avinguda Diagonal.

Wikipedia: Monument a Mossèn Jacint Verdaguer (CA)

28. Can Framis

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Can Framis is the latest Fundació Vila Casas museum, an art center in Barcelona devoted to the promotion of contemporary Catalan painting. Located in the old Can Framis factory complex, the museum displays more than 250 paintings from the sixties to the present made by artists born or currently living in Catalonia. In addition to the permanent collection which is divided in three floors, Can Framis Museum has an area dedicated to temporary exhibitions named Espai Aø. The permanent collection is updated periodically, and two new temporary exhibitions are opened every three months.

Wikipedia: Can Framis Museum (EN)

29. Plaza Monumental de Barcelona

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Plaza Monumental de Barcelona Sergi Larripa (User:SergiL) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Plaza de Toros Monumental de Barcelona, often known simply as La Monumental, is a bullring in the city of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It was the last bullfighting arena in commercial operation in Catalonia. It was inaugurated in 1914 under the name Plaza de El Sport and was soon expanded and given its current name in 1916. It is situated at the confluence of the Gran Via and Carrer Marina in the Eixample district. It had a capacity of 19,582 within 26 rows of lines, boxes, and stands on the first floor inside and an upper gallery surrounding the building.

Wikipedia: La Monumental (EN)

30. Monestir de Santa Maria de Valldonzella

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Monestir de Santa Maria de Valldonzella Josep Renalias / CC BY-SA 3.0

Santa Maria de Valldonzella is a Cistercian female monastery currently located in Barcelona, in Sant Gervasi de Cassoles, near the place where the old royal residence of Bellesguard and current Bellesguard tower were located. Over the centuries, for various reasons, the community has been itinerant, having had to move four times always to the edge of Barcelona. The current monastery, located on Cistercian Street, is the work of the architect Bernardí Martorell i Puig, in neo-Gothic modernist style. It is a protected work as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest.

Wikipedia: Santa Maria de Valldonzella (CA)

31. Baluard de Migdia i Muralla de Mar

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The Migdia bastion is one of the eleven bastions that the medieval and modern wall of Barcelona had until the whole of the city walls was demolished in the nineteenth century. The Baluard de Migdia was the scene of several episodes in the history of Barcelona, highlighting among these the violent fighting that took place during the eleventh of September 1714. The bastion was rediscovered in 2007, next to the Estació de França and the Barceloneta station, and its current remains are part of the architectural and historical heritage of the city of Barcelona.

Wikipedia: Baluard de Migdia (CA)

32. Vallvidrera

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Vallvidrera is a neighbourhood of the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district of Barcelona, Spain. It is situated in one of the sides of the Collserola hills, considered to be the lungs of the city due to the abundant forests it has. This wealthy neighbourhood has excellent views of the whole city, from some specific places and in a clear day it is possible to see Mallorca and the Pyrenees on the horizon. Although being a residential place it has important things such as, the Torre de Collserola, the Tibidabo Amusement Park and the Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor.

Wikipedia: Vallvidrera (EN)

33. Sant Francesc de Sales

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The Church and Convent of the Saleses is a complex formed by the church and the old convent of the Saleses nuns of the Order of the Visitation, located on Passeig de Sant Joan in Barcelona, between Valencia and Aragón streets. It was designed by Joan Martorell i Montells. Work on the convent began in 1877 and the church was built between 1882 and 1885, corresponding to the current parish of Sant Francesc de Sales. The old convent was converted in 1943 into a school of the Marist brothers. It is a protected work as a cultural asset of local interest.

Wikipedia: Església i convent de les Saleses (CA)

34. Magic Fountain of Montjuïc

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La Font màgica de Montjuïc, o simplement anomenada Font de Montjuïc o Fonts Màgiques, es troba a l'Avinguda de la Reina Maria Cristina, al costat del Poble Espanyol a Montjuïc (Barcelona). És l'element principal d'un conjunt de jocs de llum i aigua que es desenvolupa en tot l'eix des del Palau Nacional fins a la Plaça d'Espanya, que inclou cascades i estanys i, a la part baixa, fileres de columnes lluminoses a banda i banda de l'avinguda, avui en dia substituïdes per brolladors il·luminats de proporcions semblants i manteniment més senzill.

Wikipedia: Font Màgica de Montjuïc (CA)

35. Jardins de Mercè Rodoreda

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

Wikipedia: Jardins de Mercè Rodoreda (CA)

36. La Villarroel

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La Villarroel is the current name of a theatre space opened in 1972 that has always been known for the Sala Villarroel. It is located at Villarroel Street -no. 87- from Barcelona. Àngel Alonso, Adolf Bras, Alfons Guirao and José A. Ortega were the four entrepreneurs who carried out the initial project. The first show was Non Plus Plis by the Comedians, a company that would rehearse their works until their move to Canet de Mar. In 1988 the theater renewed its physiognomy and also its new one. Since then it will be called Villarroel Teatre.

Wikipedia: La Villarroel (CA), Website

37. Parc de Sant Martí

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Sant Martí Park is located in the Sant Martí district of Barcelona. It was created in different phases: in 1979 work began with an original project by Nicolau Maria Rubió i Tudurí, although due to his death it was finished by the architects Antonio Armesto, Carles Martí and Miquel Sodupe, with a first phase completed in 1985 and the second in 1992. The park is named after the district and of what was once the former adjacent municipality of Barcelona, Sant Martí de Provençals, named in honor of Sant Martí de Tours.

Wikipedia: Parc de Sant Martí (CA)

38. Plaça de la Vila de Gràcia

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Radio Lhasa Raiola is a square in the radio district of Arcelona and the administrative center of the radio district. S found wrapped in the streets of Atirde, Ariana Inaida, Enaides, Iruvi, Lanskoina, Ozart, Aoya and Ant Ominek. It constitutes one of the busiest social centers in the broadcasting area. After being renamed in 2009, it was widely questioned by the public, although it was also commonly known as Bell Tower Square or Bell Tower Square. The S A space is contained in the ruechectonic attribution of Atalunya.

Wikipedia: Plaça de la Vila de Gràcia (CA)

39. Teatre Romea

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The Teatre Romea is a performance hall dedicated mainly to theatrical functions located in the Raval district of Barcelona. It was built in 1863, next to the convent of Sant Agustí Nou, at 51 Hospital Street. Renovated in 1913 by an unknown architect, the Teatre Romea has stalls and two floors, and a capacity of 1,500 spectators. Partial renovations were carried out in 1943 and 1964, the latter of which was in the lobby and ground floor. In 1992 it was remodelled, in works directed by the architect Joan Rodon.

Wikipedia: Teatre Romea (Barcelona) (CA), Website

40. Parc de Joan Miró

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l 'Oan Arc' Iron, also known for its old name "The Arc's Scorper," is a park in the Oa Squerra neighborhood of Champagne, Barcelona. N He also has satirical wave and cell sculptures by Barcelona artist Aoan. Bull Square in Rennes River separates this park from Spanish Square. From the park, you can see the two squares and one concentric. e on the other side, a little further, you can overlook the towers of Ibidabeth. And he has a fireman park. S A work is listed in the Chronicle of the Renaissance in Atalunia.

Wikipedia: Parc de Joan Miró (CA)

41. Castell de Port

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Port Castle is a ruined castle located southwest of Montjuïc mountain. It was a very important defensive structure of Barcelona from the eleventh century to the second half of the fifteenth century. It is one of the most unknown structures in the city despite its strategic and control importance. Its strategic value was associated with its function as an atalaia within the road network that during this period related the city of Barcelona with the neighboring towns, especially those of the Llobregat Delta.

Wikipedia: Castell de Port (CA)

42. Casa Sayrach

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Casa Sayrach is a building located on Avenida Diagonal 423 forming a chamfer with Enric Granados Street, in the Esquerra de l'Eixample neighborhood of Barcelona. Built in 1915, it is considered a work of eclectic style. It was designed by the architect Manuel Sayrach i Carreras for his father and family. A few years later, when he got married, he built the Montserrat house next to him as a gift to his wife Montserrat Fatjó dels Xiprers. It is a protected work as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest.

Wikipedia: Casa Sayrach (CA), Website

43. Parc d'atraccions del Tibidabo

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Tibidabo Amusement Park is an amusement park located on Tibidabo Mountain, which belongs to the Collserola mountain range, to the west of the municipality of Barcelona. The park occupies an approximate area of 70,000 m² and has a privileged location 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 protected work as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest.

Wikipedia: Parc d'Atraccions del Tibidabo (CA), Website

44. Sagrada Família Schools

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The Sagrada Família Schools building was constructed in 1909 by the modern Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí near the site of the Basílica de la Sagrada Família. It was a small school building for the children of the workers building the Sagrada Família, although other children of the neighborhood attended, especially from the underprivileged classes. The teaching was in the charge of Magin Espina Pujol, math teacher and friend of Gaudí, whose photo teaching classes are in the current school.

Wikipedia: Sagrada Família Schools (EN)

45. Turó del Carmel

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Turó del Carmel or Turó d'en Móra is a mountain of 289 meters in the municipality of Barcelona, in the Barcelonès region. It was formerly known as Turó d'en Móra, referring to Can Móra, which was located where the Coll district is today. In 1875, the first turrets on the hill began to be built, and over time they originated the Carmel neighborhood. Currently, only the highest area of the hill is not urbanized, and it is where Park Güell, Carmel Park and Juan Ponce Gardens are located.

Wikipedia: Turó del Carmel (CA)

46. Jardins de Joan Brossa

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The Joan Brossa Gardens are located in Barcelona, on Montjuïc mountain, at the bottom of the space where the Montjuïc Amusement Park used to be, inaugurated in 1966 and closed in October 1998. The gardens were inaugurated in 2003 and are named after the poet Joan Brossa i Cuervo. They occupy an area of 5.2 hectares of Mediterranean forest, of which 3.8 are green areas. They are interconnected with the Mossèn Cinto Verdaguer Gardens and the gardens of the old Shooting Range in the Flight.

Wikipedia: Jardins de Joan Brossa (CA), Website

47. Església de Sant Sever

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The Church of Sant Sever is located on Carrer de Sant Sever, in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona, very close to the Cathedral. It is under the invocation of Saint Severus of Barcelona, bishop of Barcelona and one of the patron saints of the diocese. Unlike most churches in Barcelona, it was not destroyed during the Civil War. That is why the interior, an example of Catalan Baroque, has been preserved so well. In 2000 it was granted the level of protection of Cultural Asset of Local Interest.

Wikipedia: Església de Sant Sever (CA)

48. Santa Creu d'Olorda

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La Santa Creu d'Olorda is a hermitage and also receives this name the enclave where it is built, which administratively belongs to the district of Sarrià-Sant Gervasi in the municipality of Barcelona, but slightly separated from the rest of the municipality. The place is located in the heart of the Collserola mountain range surrounded by some of its peaks such as Puig d'Olorda, Turó Rodó, Turó del Xai. In the enclave there is also the Castle of Olorda and the Pedrera of the Birds.

Wikipedia: Santa Creu d'Olorda (CA)

49. The Goddess

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"Goddess" (Denessa, or'enigma), a white marble sculpture by sculptors OSEP Laran and Yats, is located in the hall of Arcelona Iutata in Barcelona, a replica of Atalunia Square in the same city. In another copy, it was revealed that RT countries using Mataruna were used. S is one of Lala'S most famous works, and over time it has become a symbol of the city. In the 1929 International Exhibition, she co-commissioned one of four works by sculptors to beautify squares, gardens and streets.

Wikipedia: La deessa (CA)

50. Ateneu Adrianenc

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The Ateneu Adrianenc is an athenaeum and multipurpose room in Sant Adrià de Besòs, located at 7 Andreu Vidal Street. Privately, it was founded in 1925 with the aim of promoting culture among Adrianians. It is currently the place where many associations of the city have their headquarters and numerous cultural activities are carried out there. The building, in the Noucentista style and built around the middle of the twentieth century, is listed as an architectural heritage.

Wikipedia: Ateneu Adrianenc (CA), Ref Bcil Website, Website, Heritage Website

51. Teatre Lliure

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The L Alau of Greycultion is a set of buildings built for the 1929 Arcelona Universal Exhibition. S lies right on the border between Subari of Ica Rans and Ontjuic Arc in Icaras. The building, made up of several corpses, occupies the corner between the aprons of Anta Adrona and Reda, and their curls connect them in series around an Argara apron known today as Irgu. N now retains only half of the original building. S-I works are listed as Oka intangible cultural heritage.

Wikipedia: Palau de l'Agricultura (CA)

52. Jardí d'Escultures

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The Sculpture Garden is located on 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.

Wikipedia: Jardí d'Escultures (CA)

53. Teatre Tívoli

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The Teatre Tívoli is a performance hall in Barcelona dedicated to theatre and cinema, in Carrer de Casp, núm. 8. It is one of the largest theaters in the city and in some periods of its history it has hosted opera and zarzuela performances, as well as musical works, getting to see the world premiere or the premiere in Barcelona of some important works of the genre, as well as of Catalan theater. The building is a protected work as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest.

Wikipedia: Teatre Tívoli (Barcelona) (CA)

54. A Joan Güell i Ferrer

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Joan Güell i Ferrer is a sculptural monument located on Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes with Rambla de Catalunya, in the Eixample district of Barcelona. Created in 1888, it was the work of the architect Joan Martorell and the sculptors Rossend Nobas, Torquat Tasso, Eduard B. Alentorn, Maximí Sala and Francesc Pagès i Serratosa. Destroyed in 1936, it was rebuilt by the architect Joaquim Vilaseca i Rivera and the sculptor Frederic Marès in 1945.

Wikipedia: A Joan Güell i Ferrer (CA)

55. Parc del Torrent Maduixers

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Torrent Maduixer Park is located in the Sant Gervasi - La Bonanova neighborhood, in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district of Barcelona. It is located at the foot of the Collserola mountain range, next to the Ronda de Dalt. This park, created in 2013, was conceived with criteria of self-sufficiency and sustainability, one of the basic premises in the creation of green areas in Barcelona today, such as the parks of Can Rigal, Spring and Rieres d'Horta.

Wikipedia: Parc Torrent Maduixer (CA), Website

56. Jardins del Vivers de Can Borni

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The Can Borni Nursery, located near Tibidabo, was built for the 1929 Universal Exhibition as an acclimatization garden for plants from all over the world. Designed by the architect, urban planner and landscape architect Nicolau Maria Rubió i Tudurí, director of Parks and Gardens of Barcelona, it is inspired by the gardens he most admired: the Latin and Arab gardens, such as those of the Alhambra in Granada. It was completely renovated in 2006.

Wikipedia: Viver de Can Borni (CA), Website

57. Joan Miró pavement mosaic

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Joan Miró pavement mosaic eric / CC BY 2.0

The Pla de l'Os mosaic also known as Paviment Miró is a 1976 work by Joan Miró that is located in Pla de la Boqueria, on Barcelona's Rambla, the natural path of those who come or go from the sea to the city. The work was inaugurated on December 30, 1976, and is included in the catalogue Art Públic de Barcelona. The mosaic was executed by Joan Gardy-Artigas, with the collaboration of the Escofet workshops, specialized in terrazzo pieces.

Wikipedia: Mosaic del Pla de l'Os (CA)

58. Font de Diana

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The Font de Diana is a sculptural monument located at the crossroads of Gran Via 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.

Wikipedia: Font de Diana (CA)

59. Parc de Joan Reventós

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Joan Reventós Park is a public park located in the Sarrià district, Sarrià - Sant Gervasi district of Barcelona (Catalonia). It is a green space that has two accesses and has 20,091 square meters of native vegetation, walks and a children's play area. It was mostly built in 2008 and opened on Sunday 17 May 2009. The area is expected to help better connect the historic center of Sarrià with the Ronda de Dalt, as a corridor.

Wikipedia: Parc de Joan Reventós (CA)

60. Ermita de Sant Cebrià

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Ermita de Sant Cebrià Pere López / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Hermitage of Sant Cebrià and Santa Justina, also known as Sant Cebrià d'Horta, is a hermitage in the Montbau district of Barcelona. The hermitage is dedicated to the Christian martyrs of the third century, Saint Cyprian of Antioch and Saint Justina. The origins of the hermitage are not documented, but the form of construction suggests a pre-Romanesque era. It is a protected work as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest.

Wikipedia: Ermita de Sant Cebrià i Santa Justina (CA)

61. The Fountain of Beauty

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The Fountain of Beauty is a sculpture located in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona, in Dante Square. A work by Josep Llimona from 1925, it was placed in the context of the urbanisation of Montjuïc mountain carried out for the celebration of the 1929 International Exhibition. This work is inscribed as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest (BCIL) in the Inventory of Catalan Cultural Heritage with the code 08019/1756.

Wikipedia: Font de la Bellesa (CA)

62. A Gandhi

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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, commonly known as Mahatma Gandhi, was an Indian lawyer, anti-colonial nationalist, and political ethicist who employed nonviolent resistance to lead the successful campaign for India's independence from British rule and later inspire movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. The honorific Mahātmā, first applied to him in 1914 in South Africa, is now used throughout the world.

Wikipedia: Mahatma Gandhi (EN)

63. Water tower for “La Catalana de Gas” company

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The Water Tower of the Catalana de Gas is a building in the municipality of Barcelona protected as a cultural asset of local interest. Located on the edge of the Ciutat Vella district, the Torre d'Aigües de la Catalana de gas is a currently exempt construction that is located in the Barceloneta Park, bounded by Doctor Aiguader and Gas streets and the Barceloneta seafront promenade and Passeig de Salvat Papasseit.

Wikipedia: Torre d'aigües de la Catalana de Gas (CA)

64. Turó de la Peira

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The hill of L Eira or Ontadell is an Arcelona hill in the district of Euris; Between the ancient ants Ant Ndreu and Ant Oan of Orta, and between Orta and Arrada. Their slopes elevate the hills of Anegera and Eila. L El Urkin Park opened in 1936, and the surrounding block houses began to be built in 1947. There is a huge iron cross on the top of L Mountain, overlooking the panoramic view of Barcelona from there.

Wikipedia: Turó de la Peira (muntanya) (CA)

65. Parròquia de Sant Andreu de Palomar

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The church of Sant Andreu de Palomar is located in the Sant Andreu de Palomar neighborhood, today included in the Sant Andreu district of Barcelona. The temple was built in the late nineteenth century. In 1991 he received the Creu de Sant Jordi together with the Casa Asil de Sant Andreu, created in 1866 and linked to the parish. It is a work included in the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia.

Wikipedia: Església de Sant Andreu de Palomar (CA)

66. Font de les Tres Gràcies

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The Font de les Tres Gracias is located in the Plaça Reial in Barcelona, in the Ciutat Vella district. It was created in 1867 by Antoine Durenne on a design by Louis-Tullius-Joachim Visconti, and installed in 1876 with an architectural project by Antoni Rovira i Trias. This work is inscribed as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest (BCIL) in the Inventory of Catalan Cultural Heritage with the code 08019/646.

Wikipedia: Font de les Tres Gràcies (CA)

67. Font d'Hèrcules

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The Font d'Hercules is the oldest ornamental fountain in the city of Barcelona. The work of the sculptor Salvador Gurri was installed in 1797 on the Passeig de l'Esplanada in Barcelona, officially inaugurated in 1802, and was moved in 1929 to its current location, at the confluence of Passeig de Sant Joan and Carrer Còrsega. It is a protected work as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest.

Wikipedia: Font d'Hèrcules (Barcelona) (CA)

68. Baron of Quadras Palace

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The Palau Baró de Quadras is a small modernista palace located in Barcelona on Avinguda Diagonal, equidistant from La Pedrera and Casa de les Punxes. It was built by the Catalan architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch between 1904 and 1906. In 1976 it was designated as Nacional National Historical Monument of Artistic Interest. Currently houses the main offices of the Institut Ramon Llull.

Wikipedia: Palau Baró de Quadras (EN), Website

69. Plaça de la Sagrada Família

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The Plaza de la Sagrada Familia is a square in Barcelona located in the Sagrada Familia neighborhood, near the temple of the Sagrada Familia and which gives its name to the square. It is located between the streets of Mallorca, Provence, Sardinia and Sicily. The square has been remodeled several times to give it space and adapt it to the large influx of visitors that the temple has.

Wikipedia: Plaça de la Sagrada Família (CA)

70. Monument a Bartomeu Robert

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The Monument to Dr. Robert is a sculptural ensemble today inside the Plaza de Tetuán in Barcelona, in the Eixample district. It is dedicated to Bartomeu Robert, Catalanist doctor and politician, mayor of Barcelona between March and October 1899. The monument is considered a cultural asset of local interest (BCIL) in the Inventory of Catalan Cultural Heritage under code 08019/1598.

Wikipedia: Monument al Doctor Robert (CA)

71. Parc de la Primavera

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Parc de la Primavera is located on Montjuïc mountain, in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona. It was created in 2007 with a project by Patrizia Falcone. This park was conceived with criteria of self-sufficiency and sustainability, one of the basic premises in the creation of green areas in the city today, such as the parks of Can Rigal, Torrent Maduixer and Rieres d'Horta.

Wikipedia: Parc de la Primavera (CA), Website

72. Masia de Can Rigalt

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Can Rigalt, also called Can Barnola, is an old eighteenth-century farmhouse in Sant Adrià de Besòs, located on Avinguda de Pi i Margall on the corner of Carrer Major. Publicly owned, it is owned by the City Council of Sant Adrià de Besòs. It is a protected estate since 1983 when it was incorporated into the Heritage Catalogue of the Metropolitan Corporation of Municipalities.

Wikipedia: Can Rigalt (Sant Adrià de Besòs) (CA), Ref Bcil Website, Heritage Website

73. Parc del Laberint d'Horta

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Parc del Laberint d'Horta Till F. Teenck / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Parc del Laberint d'Horta is a historical garden in the Horta-Guinardó district in Barcelona and the oldest of its kind in the city. Located on the former estate of the Desvalls family, next to the Collserola ridge, the park comprises an 18th-century neoclassical garden and a 19th-century romantic garden. On the lower terrace is the hedge maze that gives the park its name.

Wikipedia: Parc del Laberint d'Horta (EN), Website

74. Parc del Carmel

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Carmel Park is located in the Carmel neighborhood, in the Horta-Guinardó district of Barcelona. Located around Carmel Hill, which is part of the foothills of the Collserola mountain range, right next to Park Güell, from which it is separated by the Camí de Can Móra, which acts as a division between the districts of Horta-Guinardó and Gràcia, to which Park Güell belongs.

Wikipedia: Parc del Carmel (CA), Website

75. Parc de Carles I

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Carles I Park is located in the Sant Martí district of Barcelona. It was created in 1992 with a design by Pep Zazurca and Juli Laviña. It is dedicated to Emperor Charles I of Spain and V of Germany, of whom good memories are kept in the city, and who on a visit made in 1519 commented that he preferred to «be Count of Barcelona rather than Emperor of the Germanies».

Wikipedia: Parc de Carles I (CA)

76. Museum and Study Center of Sport Doctor Melcior Colet

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The Museum and Study Center of Sport Doctor Melcior Colet is a facility dedicated to the promotion and exhibition of the most prominent in the development of the history of the sport in Catalonia in recent centuries. It is based in an Art Nouveau house built in 1911 by Josep Puig i Cadafalch the Casa Pere Company, which is located in Buenos Aires street, 56, Barcelona.

Wikipedia: Museum and Study Center of Sport Doctor Melcior Colet (EN)

77. Palau Macaya

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Casa Macaya, now CaixaForum Macaya, is a modernist building designed by Josep Puig i Cadafalch between 1898 and 1901 on Passeig de Sant Joan in Barcelona. It was declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest by the Ministry of Education and Science on 9 January 1976 and in 1979 it became the first headquarters of the Cultural Centre of the "la Caixa" Foundation.

Wikipedia: Casa Macaya (CA)

78. Palau Requesens

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The Palau Requesens is a monument protected as a cultural asset of national interest in the municipality of Barcelona. Located next to the church of Sant Just, in the Gothic Quarter, the Palau Requesens, also known as the Countess of Palamós, had been the largest private palace in medieval Barcelona. Today it is home to the Royal Academy of Good Letters.

Wikipedia: Palau Requesens (CA)

79. Jardí de la Fundació Julio Muñoz Ramonet

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The Julio Muñoz Ramonet Foundation garden, also known as the Can Fabra garden, is a public garden in Barcelona. It is located on Muntaner Street nº 282, in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district. It was carried out by Jean-Claude Nicolas Forestier in 1916, with a subsequent remodelling of Joan Mirambell i Ferran. It was opened to the public in 2016.

Wikipedia: Jardí de la Fundació Julio Muñoz Ramonet (CA)

80. Plaça del Sol

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Plaça del Sol is a square in Barcelona's Gràcia district, framed horizontally by Carrer del Planeta and Carrer de Maspons, and vertically, by Carrer del Canó, Carrer de la Virtut and Carrer de Xiquets de Valls. Unlike many squares in Gràcia, Plaça del Sol has kept its original name, although it was also popularly called Plaça dels Encants.

Wikipedia: Plaça del Sol (CA)

81. 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.

Wikipedia: Gaudí House Museum (EN)

82. Palau de les Heures

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The Palau de les Heures, also known as Casa Gallart, is a manor house with a garden that is located south of Turó de la Maria, in the Collserola mountain range, next to the path that went up to the hermitage of Sant Cebrià. It is currently integrated into the Mundet Campus of the University of Barcelona, in the district of Horta-Guinardó.

Wikipedia: Palau de les Heures (CA)

83. Jardins del Mirador de l'Alcalde

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The Gardens of the Mirador de l'Alcalde are located on the mountain of Montjuic, in Barcelona, taking advantage of the steep slope of the mountain near the Castle of Montjuic. The Mirador de l'Alcalde is part of Passeig dels Cims, a landscape project for the organisation of the high elevations of Montjuïc, from Miramar to Carrer del Foc.

Wikipedia: Jardins del Mirador de l'Alcalde (CA)

84. Parc de la Font del Racó

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The Park of the Font del Racó is located in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi District of Barcelona It was created in 1926 by Nicolau Maria Rubió i Tudurí. In 1993 it was remodeled. In 2020, Barcelona City Council closed access to visitors "temporarily", first "due to the pandemic"; subsequently, it remains closed for security reasons".

Wikipedia: Parc de la Font del Racó (CA)

85. Barcelona Shoe Museum

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Barcelona Shoe Museum Pere López / CC BY-SA 3.0

L USE of Arcelona Alth is a small museum in the square of Ant Elip Erii in the Otis district of Arcelona, which opened in 1970 and closed at the end of 2015. At the rowers' sand volleyball base, the headquarters of the Brotherhood of Shoe Masters. 'Buildings are works that are protected as cultural masterpieces of local interests.

Wikipedia: Museu del Calçat (CA)

86. 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 brings together an important collection of more than 200 wax figures of real and fictional characters and receives almost 200,000 visits per year. It is located in the former headquarters of the Bank of Barcelona, on Calle de la Banca, in a building dating from 1867.

Wikipedia: Museu de Cera de Barcelona (CA), Website

87. Mare de Déu del Coll

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La Mare de Déu del Coll, or Font-rúbia, is a church in the Coll district —to which it gives its name—, in the Gràcia district of Barcelona. It is a Romanesque church of the eleventh century, of which the central body and the bell tower are preserved, being the other current elements of the church of the twentieth century.

Wikipedia: Mare de Déu del Coll (Barcelona) (CA)

88. Claustre de l'església de la Concepció

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Santa Maria de Jonqueres was a monastery of nuns in the city of Barcelona that was on Carrer de Jonqueres from the thirteenth to the nineteenth century, in which the church and the cloister were transferred stone by stone to Carrer d'Aragó and today it is part of the parish church of La Concepció in the Eixample district.

Wikipedia: Monestir de Jonqueres (CA)

89. Can Serra

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The Museum of the History of Immigration of Catalonia is a museum located in the Masia de Can Serra, on mataró road 124 in Sant Adrià del Besòs that tries to analyze the history of migration processes related to Catalonia. The museum acts as a centre for research and dissemination of the migratory memory of Catalonia.

Wikipedia: Can Serra (Sant Adrià de Besòs) (CA), Ref Bcil Website, Heritage Website

90. Casa Comalat

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The Comalat house is a modernist work in the Eixample district of Barcelona, the work of 1909-1911 by the architect Salvador Valeri i Pupurull. It is considered an example of late modernism due to its decorative tendency to take ornamentation to every corner. It is a protected work as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest.

Wikipedia: Casa Comalat (CA)

91. Basílica de Santa Maria del Mar

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Santa Maria del Mar is a church in the Ribera district of Barcelona, Spain, built between 1329 and 1383 at the height of Principality of Catalonia's maritime and mercantile preeminence. It is an outstanding example of Catalan Gothic, with a purity and unity of style that is very unusual in large medieval buildings.

Wikipedia: Santa Maria del Mar, Barcelona (EN)

92. Poliorama

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Poliorama Sergi Larripa (User:SergiL) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Poliorama Theatre is a theatre, former cinema, located on the ground floor of the building of the Royal Academy of Sciences and Arts of Barcelona, at La Rambla, 115. Opened in 1899 as a cinema, it has been operating as a theatre since 1982. Between 1937 and 1939 it was called the Teatre Català de la Comèdia.

Wikipedia: Teatre Poliorama (CA)

93. Monument to Rafael Casanova

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The Monument to Rafael Casanova is a sculpture that recalls the last chief minister of Barcelona. The monumental complex is currently located at the crossroads of Ronda de Sant Pere with Ali Bei and Girona streets, in the city of Barcelona. It is the work of sculptor Rossend Nobas, and was manufactured in 1888.

Wikipedia: Monument a Rafael Casanova (CA)

94. Temple d'August

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The Temple of Augustus in Barcelona was a Roman temple built during the Imperial period in the colony of Barcino. The temple was the central building on Tàber Hill, currently in Carrer del Paradís number 10, in the city's so-called Gothic Quarter. The dedication to Augustus is traditional, but unproven.

Wikipedia: Temple of Augustus, Barcelona (EN)

95. Castell d'Olorda

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Lorda Castle, Olserola Castle at the junction of Lorda in Lorda and UNG in Celles, belongs to Arcelona Township and is a disappearing castle of uncertain location. The Lgunes Fountain places it on the same mountain peak in Lorda. N change, others identified it as Antar Rey Loda's hermit's self-control.

Wikipedia: Castell d'Olorda (CA)

96. 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, wide expanses of lawn, broderie flowerbeds, more than 30 outdoor sculptures and ornamental fountains.

Wikipedia: Jardins de Joan Maragall (CA), Website

97. Memorial Durruti, Ascaso, Ferrer i Guardia

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José Buenaventura Durruti Dumange 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.

Wikipedia: Buenaventura Durruti (EN)

98. Dama del Paraigua

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The Lady of the Umbrella is a sculptural fountain located in the Barcelona Zoo, in the Ciutat Vella district. It was created in 1884 by Joan Roig i Solé. This work is inscribed as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest (BCIL) in the Inventory of Catalan Cultural Heritage with the code 08019/350.

Wikipedia: Dama del paraigua (CA)

99. Monument to Francesc Macià

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The Monument to Francesc Macià is a sculpture made by Josep Maria Subirachs in 1991. It is located in Barcelona's Plaça Catalunya, the nerve centre of the city, forming part of a wide set of public statuary that constitutes a true open-air museum. It was inaugurated on 25 December 1991.

Wikipedia: Monument a Francesc Macià (CA)

100. Schooner Santa Eulalia

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The schooner Santa Eulàlia is a historic sailboat characteristic of the western Mediterranean Sea and representative of cabotage navigation. In 1919 it was launched in Torrevieja (Alicante) and in 2011 it was declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest by the Generalitat de Catalunya.

Wikipedia: Santa Eulàlia (pailebot 1919) (CA)

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