Better known as the Ayuntamiento, Casa de la Ciutat is located directly opposite the Generalitat in Plaça Sant Jaume . ... More
Better known as the Ayuntamiento, Casa de la Ciutat is located directly opposite the Generalitat in Plaça Sant Jaume . There are two ways to get in, via the neoclassical-style entrance on Sant Jaume or the Gothic-style entrance on Carrer Ciutat. Both lead you in to the 15th-century Saló de Cent (The Hundred Room) where the city's most important ceremonies and functions (awards ceremonies, book launches, conferences) take place. In the hallway, you'll pass impressive sculptures by Pablo Gargallo, Josep Llimona and Rebull as well one of Ràfols Casamada's paintings dating from 1982.
The Petit Palace BCN is located front of the Hotel Ritz in Roger de Lluria. Situated just on the corner
of Gran Va de les Corts Catalanes in a parallel street of Paseo de Gracia and very near from ...
This stopover on the way to Montjuïc Mountain used to be the gateway to the city, because the creu coberta
(covered cross) lay in this square. It was a Gothic cross that symbolized arrival in Barcelona. Criminals were once ...
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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