Plaça Catalunya once stood outside the city walls, between what is now Eixample and Ciutat Vella (Old City). It's ... More
Plaça Catalunya once stood outside the city walls, between what is now Eixample and Ciutat Vella (Old City). It's 50,000-square meter (12-acre) public space surrounded by huge buildings that house the headquarters of banks and other large companies. You'll find two outstanding sculptures here: Josep Clarà's La Divinidad and Pablo Gargallo's Pastor tocando el caramillo. If you're not a fan of pigeons, steer clear. If you're here in the spring, you'll find concerts taking place for the Festival Internacional de Jazz Terrassa.
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