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Best attractions to visit in Barcelona

101. Palace of the Generalitat - Barcelona

Palace of the Generalitat

The PPalace of the Generalitat was worked as the changeless site of the Catalan Parliament, set up in 1283 and known as "the main parliament of Europe". Today it is the seat of the Government of Catalonia. Within the Palace of the Generalitat contains components in an unadulterated Gothic style, and in addition cases of showy Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque that make it definitely justified even despite a visit. It is an absolute necessity visit put for travelers from everywhere throughout the world.

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102. Frieze of the College of Architects - Barcelona

Frieze of the College of Architects

In May 1955, the Official Frieze of the College of Architects of Catalonia and the Balearic Islands initiated its new home office in the Plaça Nova of Barcelona, before the Cathedral. The building was enlivened with a few friezes by Picasso, delivered by the Nordic craftsman Carl Nesjar. When the draft venture was known by the Barcelona open, an impressive contention started. The present style of the building anticipated and its area, directly before the strong Roman Wall, of the Bishop's Palace.

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103. El Raval - Barcelona

El Raval

El Raval is an area in the Ciutat Vella locale of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The region, particularly the part nearest to the port, was additionally casually known as Barri Xinès or Barrio Chino, signifying "Chinatown". On the off chance that the Gothic Quarter is Barcelona's vacationer star, El Raval is the somewhat shadowy figure on the sidelines. The area's tense blend of workmanship, disposition, and road life pulls in cosmopolitan group. Once popular for its defiled nightlife scene, El Raval is steadily being changed over into a social center point as its supper club houses change into ground breaking exhibition halls.

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104. Old Hospital of la Santa Creu - Barcelona

Old Hospital of la Santa Creu

The Hospital de Sant Pau i de la Santa Creu is a fifteenth century working in Barcelona, which in the past filled in as a doctor's facility and hospice and right now is the home of the therapeutic staff and the Catalan State Library. In 1978 the UNESCO inventoried the new grounds of the Hospital de Sant Pau as a Historic Artistic Monument because of its imaginative magnificence and development peculiarity. The most seasoned some portion of the Hospital de la Santa Creu is an amazing case of Catalan common Gothic engineering.

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105. Barcelona Centre of Contemporary Culture (CCCB) - Barcelona

Barcelona Centre of Contemporary Culture CCCB

The Center de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona is a standout amongst the most went by presentation and expressions focuses in the city of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Arranged in the Raval area, the's center topic is the city and urban culture. The CCCB bolsters craftsmen by furnishing them with offices to deal with their masterpieces to different displays and historical centers acquire. the complex likewise incorporates the Library of Catalonia (since 1939). It is a standout amongst the most went by place in the city.

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106. Cat by Fernando Botero - Barcelona

Cat byFernando Botero

Feline by Fernando Botero a genuine image of Barcelona and the Raval neighborhood. He appears to feel great here toward the finish of the road in this area, subsequent to putting in 15 years searching for a home. Botero's Cat is welcomed with a grin by everybody. He just has one contender: the steed by a similar craftsman. Fernando Botero's Cat was bought by Barcelona City Council in 1987. From that point until 2003 the feline meandered the city's avenues looking for a changeless site.

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107. Contemporary Art Museum (MACBA) - Barcelona

Contemporary Art Museum MACBA

The Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art is arranged in the Plaça dels Àngels, in El Raval, Ciutat Vella, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The exhibition hall opened to general society on November 28, 1995. Until 1995, when the Museum of Contemporary Art - Museu d'Art Contemorani (MACBA) - was opened in Raval area, a general and International Museum of Contemporary Art needed in Barcelona. The most celebrated craftsmen of Catalonia - Picasso, Dali, Miró - have their own establishments, who introduce their works in the extraordinary Museums.

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108. Sant Pau del Camp Church - Barcelona

Sant Pau del Camp Church

Sant Pau del Camp is a congregation and previous religious community in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. While the cloister now remains inside the El Raval region in focal Barcelona, it once remained outside the city; its country area gave the congregation its name. The Romanesque religious community has a little shelter, worked in the thirteenth century. Sant Pau del Camp Church highlights lobular arcades upheld by twofold segments, whose capitals are improved by scriptural and day by day life scenes, creatures, beasts and vegetable themes. The abbots' home was implicit the thirteenth fourteenth and mid eighteenth century.

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109. Santa Caterina Market - Barcelona

Santa Caterina Market

From the Barcelona Cathedral, an undulating, splendidly shaded rooftop gets our attention. Pulled in like creepy crawlies to a vivid bloom, we way to deal with find a sustenance advertise underneath the rooftop: the Santa Caterina Market. The first plan of the working, and the fortune trove of deliver shown on its slows down, won't frustrate guests to the area of Santa Caterina Market. MUHBA Santa Caterina, community for archeological understanding are the must visit puts in Caterina Market.

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110. Chocolate Museum - Barcelona

Chocolate Museum

Chocolate Museum is a private exhibition hall in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, claimed by the Gremi de Pastisseria de Barcelona. The historical center opened in 2000, at Carrer Comerç 36, in El Born, Ciutat Vella, on the ground level of an old sleeping enclosure. The chocolate exhibition hall Museu de la Xocolata situated in the memorable previous Convent of Sant Agustí. The chocolate exhibition hall is one of the littler historical centers in Barcelona. In any case, none of alternate exhibition halls will stimulate your faculties as much as this one.

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