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1. Poble EspanyolBook ticket*
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 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.
2. Casa Vicens
Casa Vicens is a modernist building situated in the Gràcia neighbourhood of Barcelona. It is the work of architect Antoni Gaudí and is considered to be his first major project. It was built between 1883 and 1885, although Gaudí drew up the initial plans between 1878 and 1880. The work belongs to the orientalist style, similar to Neo-Mudéjar architecture, although interpreted in Gaudí’s own personal way, with a uniqueness that only he knew how to add to his projects. In this work, and for the first time, Gaudí outlined some of his constructive resources that would become regular features throughout the emergence of Modernism. The work was widely discussed when it was built and caused a great sensation among the general public at the time. When the building was constructed, Gràcia was still an independent urban nucleus of Barcelona; it had its own council and was classified as a town, though nowadays it is a district of the city.
3. Mont Tàber
Mount Tàber is a hill located in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona, 16.9 m above sea level, and which was home to the first Roman settlement of the new Barcino. It is difficult to perceive by 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 Eulàlia or the stairs of the pla de la Catedral. Its summit is marked by a millstone on Paradís Street, in front of the headquarters of the Centre Excursionista de Catalunya. Within this building are also the preserved columns of 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.
4. Museu de Carrosses Fúnebres
The Collection of Funeral Carriages shows what the funerary ritual was like in Barcelona from the late eighteenth century to the fifties of the twentieth century. Through a set of 13 funeral floats, all of them original, 6 accompanying cars and 3 motor funeral cars, the collection deals with the appearance of the funeral floats, which were closely linked to the evolution of the history of Barcelona, its function, the different typologies that existed, all the ornaments that adorned them and the great role they had in the funerary ritual of the time. Different graphic examples of large burials of illustrious figures, such as Santiago Rusiñol, Enric Prat de la Riba and Enrique Tierno Galván, among others, accompany the exhibition of funeral floats.
5. Cascada del Parc de la Ciutadella
The Parc de la Ciutadella Waterfall —also known as the Great Waterfall or Monumental Waterfall— is an architectural and sculptural complex with fountains and springs 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 the code 08019/355.
6. Jardí Botànic de Barcelona
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.
7. Torre Glòries
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 France 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.
8. Monument a Mossèn Jacint Verdaguer
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 representing the Folguerol 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, allusive 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.
9. Baluard de Migdia i Muralla de Mar
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.
10. Sant Francesc de Sales
The Church and Convent of the Saleses is a complex formed by the church and the old convent of the Salt nuns of the Order of the Visitation, located on the Paseo de San Juan in Barcelona, between the streets of Valencia and Aragón. 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.
11. Castell de Port
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.
12. Plaça de la Vila de Gràcia
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.
13. Torre de comunicacions de Montjuïc
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.
14. Escoles de la Sagrada Família
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.
15. La Villarroel
Illarroel is the current name of a war zone that opened in 1972, and it has always been known by Illarroel Wing. At Illarroel Street-No. 1 87-de-Barca. Ngel Lonso, Dolf Ras, Lfonu Uirao and Ose. Rtega is a group of four entrepreneurs who put their original projects behind them. L's debut was at Lus Lis of Omediants, which will rehearse his work until he moved to Ar in 1988. L's Anet Theatre redesigned his women's seat, which is also his new work. '"And then called this thing Illarroel Eatre.
16. La Deessa
"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.
17. Refugi 307
Refugi 307 is one of the air-raid shelters for the civilian population built during the Spanish Civil War in the city of Barcelona. The refuge was excavated thanks to the work of many neighbors in the Poble Sec neighborhood. It has three access entrances to Nou de la Rambla street and has 200 meters of tunnels, with a height of 2.10 meters and a width ranging from 1.5 to 2 meters. The shelter had several rooms: toilets, fountain, infirmary, children's room and fireplace, among others.
18. Jardins de Winston Churchill
LS Ardins in Inston Hurchill is an urban park located at the lower corner of the Ai Ugusta junction, 257 and Irre Energy Ervasi, 69-71, in the Aria-Ant Ervasi district, more specifically, in the at Ords Arcelones (Arcelones) district, very close to the at Ords Energy Erveres station. LS Gardens opened on 15 December 2012. MB has a total area of 0.07 hectares and is triangular, consisting of lawn parts, sand dune areas and hard pavements, supplemented by wooden boards.
19. Editorial Montaner i Simón
Atana and Imon is one of the most important publishers of Arcelona. Enia, an industrial building headquartered in the late 19th century, was created by modernist architects Luis Omenek and Antana, and is currently under the responsibility of Nidon Apias Foundation. Planned in 1879 and built between 1881 and 1885 to house the publishing company named after him, the building was founded in Arcelona in 1861 by Amon de Antana and Ira and Lancesc Imon and Amon.
20. Estàtua eqüestre de Sant Jordi
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.
21. Teatre Tívoli
L Eatre Ivoli is a Barcelona auditorium specializing in theaters and cinemas, located at ASP Street, No. 2. 8. S. It is one of the largest theaters in the city and has hosted operas and Sassoura performances at some times in its history, as well as musical works, and came here to see some important genres that premiered absolutely or in Barcelona, as well as Catalan theaters. The building is a work protected as an octagonal cultural site.
22. Museu Olímpic i de l'Esport Joan Antoni Samaranch
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.
23. Jardins de Joan Brossa
The LS Ardins of Oan Rossa, located in Arcelona in the Ontjuic Mountains, at the bottom of the Ontjuic scenic spot in front of the arc, opened in 1966 and closed in October 1998. LS Garden opened in 2003 and is named after poets Oan Rossa and Urvo. Cupana covers an area of 5.2 hectares of Mediterranean forest, of which 3.8 are green spaces. Stan connects with Orson's Ardins in Eldagger, and goes to OL's Ancient Wild Gardens.
24. Jardins de l'Umbracle
The Umbracle gardens are located on Montjuïc mountain, in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona. They were made between 1917 and 1924, on the occasion of the 1929 Barcelona International Exhibition, being the work of Jean-Claude Nicolas Forestier and Nicolau Maria Rubió i Tudurí. Its name comes from the umbracle of the Font del Gat, a greenhouse that disappeared in a fire in the 1960s, of which the walls remain.
25. Font de Diana
Atedeiana is a sculptural monument located at the junction of Og Street in Luria, in the incense district of Arcelona, and Atalan Attaroa in Atalan. Re-irrigated in 1898 and installed on the original site in 1919, it is the work of sculptors Nanci Allmedia and Arbany. This is a work registered as the 9th Ocal Intangible Cultural Heritage of Catalan Cultural Association, with the code of 08019/1446.
26. Jardí d'Escultures
L Sculpture of Adi is located in the Antis-Antis Easter Mountains of Arcelona, with Antis Ediis attached. S was built by Aume Graixa and Ordi Arrando Construction Works in 1990 and rebuilt by Arina Alvador in 2002. He also has a collection of sculptors such as Om Arr, EP Uran, Erejaume, Nric Ladevall, Aume Lensa, Osep Aria Iera and Rago, Ado Anrique, Rnest Ltets, Abriel Aenz Omero and Ergi Guilar.
27. Parc de la Primavera
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.
28. Palau de la Música Catalana
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.
29. Monument a Bartomeu Robert
The Monument to Doctor Robert is a sculptural ensemble today inside the Plaza de Tetuán in Barcelona, in the Eixample district. It is dedicated to Bartomeu Robert, a 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 with the code 08019/1598.
30. Font d'Hèrcules
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 opened in 1802, and was moved in 1929 to its current location, at the confluence of Passeig de Sant Joan with Carrer Còrsega. It is a protected work as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest.
31. Parc de Can Sabaté
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 advice of Nicolau Maria Rubió i Tudurí, former director of Parks and Gardens of Barcelona between 1917 and 1937, author of montjuïc park together with Jean-Claude Nicolas Forestier in 1929.
32. A Joan Güell i Ferrer
Oanyul and Ole are sculptural monuments located in RAN of Mataranaya (Ambla) in Arcelona incense district and Ambla of Autalana. Reat, in 1888, was architect Oan Artorell and sculptor Osend Obas, Orquat Asso, Duard. Lentorn, Aximi Alia and Argaze and Averces. Rancesc's work. Founded in 1936, it was rebuilt in 1945 by architects Oaquim Ilaseca and Ivera and sculptor Rederic Arres.
33. Palau Macaya
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.
34. Font de la Bellesa
The source of Ellesa is a sculpture in Antes-Antejuik district of Arcelona, located in Ante Square. The lemon green tea bra in 1925 was placed against the background of urbanization in Wengqiu Mountain and made to celebrate the National Expo in 1929. This work is registered as Ocal Nterterese Ultimate of the 9th Catalan Cultural Branch, with the code 08019/1756.
35. Parc de Carles I
Parc de Carles I 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, whose memory is 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».
36. Jardí de la Fundació Julio Muñoz Ramonet
The garden of the Julio Muñoz Ramonet Foundation, also known as the Can Fabra garden, is a public garden in Barcelona. It is located at Muntaner Street nº 282, in the district of Sarrià-Sant Gervasi. It was carried out by Jean-Claude Nicolas Forestier in 1916, with a subsequent remodelling by Joan Mirambell i Ferran. It was opened to the public in 2016.
37. Museu Marítim
The Maritime Museum of Barcelona is located in the building of Drassanes Reials de Barcelona, the royal arsenal of Barcelona, dedicated to shipbuilding between the thirteenth century and eighteenth century. The first mention of these arsenals date from 1243 in a document indicating the boundaries of the city of Barcelona where it mentions its shipyard.
38. Palau Requesens
L Alau Equesens is a monument protected as a national heritage and is a national cultural city in the city of Arcelona. Ituat is next to the Ant Uth church in the district of Otique, and Equesens of Alamos, also known as Otis of Alamos, was once the largest private palace in medieval Barcelona. The VUI is home to cadmium in the alphabet wave.
39. Muralla Romana
The Roman Wall of Barcelona is a work of Barcelona declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest. It began at the end of the third century and was completed at the beginning of the fourth century. Before, there had been, occupying the same perimeter, except for the area called Castellum marítim, a lower wall that was decided to reinforce.
40. Plaça de la Sagrada Família
Laste de Amilia is an Arcelona square located in the block of Amilia, near the temple of Amilia, after which the square is named. S is located between the streets of Eliorca, Rovensa, Aldonia and Sicilia. The square has been renovated several times to give it width and accommodate the large number of visitors the temple has.
41. Basílica de Santa Maria del Mar
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.
42. Temple d'August
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.
43. Jardins de Joan Maragall
The Joan Maragall Gardens surround the Palauet Albéniz building and are located on The Mountain of Montjuic in Barcelona, between the Montjuïc Stadium and the Palau Nacional. They have wooded avenues, wide expanses of lawn, broderie flowerbeds, more than 30 outdoor sculptures and ornamental fountains.
44. Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya
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.
45. Plaça de Buenaventura Durruti
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.
46. Església de Sant Joan
Ant Oan de Racion is an eclectic church built between 1878 and 1884 in Irrena Square in the Racion district of Arcelona, where once there was Queen Ire's palace garden, or so-called summer tower, built by King Anuel Mat of Victoria. S-I works are listed as Oka intangible cultural heritage.
The Teatreneu is a theatre in Barcelona, on Carrer de Terol, numbers 26-28, in Gràcia. The theatre, under the name Teixidors-Teatreneu, opened on 23 February 1988 with the play Midnight in Starlit by Michael Hastings. He has cultivated contemporary theatre by Catalan and foreign authors.
48. Casa Comalat
"Omalat's Home" is a modernist work by Arcelona Incense, by architects Alvador Aleri and Upurull from 1909-1911. S considers it a model of late modernism because his decorative tendencies bring decoration to every corner. S-I works are listed as the intangible cultural heritage of Oka.
49. Església de la Mare de Déu de Gràcia i de Sant Josep
Racy and Ant Osep Church, commonly known as Racy Osep, is the church of the former Red Shirt Bald Shirts of Racy Ant Aria, located at the top of the modern Esseps Square in Racy District, and is the oldest building in Arcelona. S-I works are listed as Oka intangible cultural heritage.
50. Font de Ceres
Atted Ayers is located in Anteoldi Square (also known as barricade walkers), on Antehuiqi Mountain in Arcelona. To be published by UIXA in 1830. This work is registered as the 9th Ocal Intangible Cultural Heritage of Catalan Cultural Association, with the code 08019/1781.
51. Jardins de Laribal
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.
52. Parc de Montjuïc
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.
53. Jardins del Mirador de l'Alcalde
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.
54. Monument a Rafael Casanova
The L onement on Afellay Assanova is a sculpture reminiscent of Barcelona's last chief consultant. Monument L is located in Antwerp at the junction of Antwerang and Leai and Iron Dragon Street in Arcelona. S was created by sculptor Orsende Obas in 1888.
55. Museu Egipci
L USUSE GIPCI de Arcelona is a museum located in Arcelona Arrence, belonging to Los Rqueologica Union, a private and non-profit institution. Undation served as a vibrant element of the museum, which was the first pharaoh-themed museum opened in Spain.
56. El Fossar de la Pedrera
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.
57. Parròquia de Sant Raimon de Penyafort
Anta Ario Monastery is currently located in Lorigus, at 82 Church Street. S headquarters closed the ONGES community. The Arab Cooperation Council was founded in 1347. After several relocations, it settled in its current headquarters in 1948.
The L Eatre Oliorama is a theatre, an ancient cinema located on the ground floor of Arcelona Cademia Eria and RTS at 115 Ambla. Burt became a film in 1899 and a drama actor since 1982. NTRE in 1937 and 1939 was named Eatre Atalan de Omedia.
59. Claustre de l'església de la Concepció
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.
60. Jardí d'Aclimatació de Barcelona
The Barcelona Acclimatization Garden is located on Montjuïc mountain in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona, between the Olympic Stadium and the Bernat Picornell Swimming Pools. It was created by Nicolau Maria Rubió i Tudurí.
61. L'Estel Ferit
The Wounded Star is a sculpture by Rebecca Horn consisting of four disjointed cubes 10 meters high. Located on the sand of Sant Miquel beach, it has become one of the symbols of Barcelona and a meeting point for surfers in the city.
62. Palauet Albéniz
The Palace of Albéniz, formerly known as the Royal Pavilion of Montjuic, is a palace located on the Montjuïc mountain, in Barcelona, Spain, that currently serves as the official residence of the Spanish royal family in the region.
63. A Lluís Companys
Conxita Julià i Farrés, also known as Conxita de Carrasco, was a Catalan woman noted for her dealings with Lluís Companys, President of Catalonia, in the 1930s, and for her poetry. Julià died in January 2019 at the age of 98.
64. Parc de la Font Florida
Font Florida Park is located next to 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.
65. Pailebot Santa Eulàlia
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.
66. Les quatre barres
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.
67. Teatre Grec
The Festival Grec de Barcelona is an international theatre, dance, music and circus festival. Over the course of its history, this long-standing event has become a major summer attraction in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.
68. Diputació de Barcelona
The Casa Serra is a building in the Modernisme style in Barcelona, designed by Josep Puig i Cadafalch. It is situated at number 126 Rambla de Catalunya, at that street's corner with the Avinguda Diagonal.
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