This is the most spectacular building in Plaça Espanya and was built for the 1929 Universal Exposition, as were a lot of ... More
This is the most spectacular building in Plaça Espanya and was built for the 1929 Universal Exposition, as were a lot of buildings in Montjuïc. The aim was to build a monumental, grandiose, enormous structure. The architects were Enric Català and Pedro Cendoya, with the collaboration of Pere Domènech i Roure. The Palace was restored some years ago by Italian architect Gae Aulenti and now houses the Museu Nacional de Arte de Catalunya (MNAC) .
This second section of the Ramblas is also known as the Rambla of the Birds, where you will find kiosks
selling small animals, mostly birds. There are also chickens, parrots, turtles, hamsters and fish for sale. You'll also see ...
For centuries, this 14th century house next door to Casa de l'Ardiaca was home for deans of the cathedral. One
of them, Jaume Estela, commissioned the attractive Renaissance façade in 1548; however, he died before work was completed and ...
Antoni Gaudí designed this palace for Eusebi Güell, his most important patron. It was one of the architect's first big
undertakings and he expressed all of his original creative genius in it. It was built between 1885 and 1889 ...
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