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Best attractions to visit in Barcelona

131. Montjuic Lighthouse - Barcelona

Montjuic Lighthouse

The Montjuïc Funicular (Catalan: Funicular de Montjuïc) is a funicular railroad in the city of Barcelona, in Catalonia, Spain. The line is to a great extent in passage and associates the Barcelona Metro Paral·lel station (association with lines L2 and L3) with the slope of Montjuïc and the different brandishing and different offices there. The upper station of the funicular is nearby the lower station of the Montjuïc Cable Car, a gondola lift that proceeds with tough to a terminal close to the Montjuïc Castle on the summit of the slope.

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132. Montjuic Magic Fountain - Barcelona

Montjuic Magic Fountain

The magic fountain of Montjuïc's (Font màgica de Montjuïc in Catalan) first execution was on May 19, 1929 amid the Great Universal Exhibition. The creator Carles Buigas presented his arrangements one year before the show and many felt that the venture was excessively eager, making it impossible to be made, not to mention finished on time. The Magic Fountain of Montjuïc is a fountain situated at the head of Avinguda Maria Cristina in the Montjuïc neighborhood of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.

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133. Joan Miro Foundation - Barcelona

Joan Miro Foundation

Joan Miró Foundation, Center of Studies of Contemporary Art") is an exhibition hall of current craftsmanship respecting Joan Miró situated on the slope called Montjuïc in Barcelona, Catalonia. The thought for the establishment was made in 1968 by Joan Miró. Miró shaped the establishment with his companion Joan Prats.[1] Miró needed to make another building that would urge especially more youthful craftsmen to try different things with contemporary workmanship. The building was outlined by Josep Lluís Sert to guarantee that this work could likewise be made accessible to the general population and displayed. He outlined the working with yards and patios and to make a characteristic way for guests to travel through the building.

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134. Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe - Barcelona

Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe

The Barcelona Pavilion, outlined by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, was the German Pavilion for the 1929 International Exposition in Barcelona, Spain. This building was utilized for the official opening of the German segment of the display. It is an essential working ever, known for its straightforward frame and its tremendous utilization of unrestrained materials, for example, marble, red onyx and travertine. Similar components of moderation and stupendous can be connected to the prestigious furniture particularly intended for the working, among which the notable Barcelona seat.

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135. Barcelona Botanical Garden (Jardí Botànic de Barcelona) - Barcelona

Barcelona Botanical Garden Jardi Botanic de Barcelona

The Botanical garden of Barcelona is a greenhouse in the Montjuïc slope of Barcelona set among various stadiums utilized as a part of the Summer Olympic Games of 1992. In spite of the fact that a botanic garden had been built up in Barcelona as ahead of schedule as 1888, the present greenery enclosures date from 1999. It ought not be mistaken for the Historic professional flowerbed of Barcelona established in 1930 and revived in 2003, likewise situated in Montjuïc. The greenery enclosures spend significant time in plants and groups from those zones of the world with Mediterranean atmospheres and is separated into ranges speaking to the principle territories.

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136. Greek Theatre (Teatre Grec) - Barcelona

Greek Theatre Teatre Grec

The inceptions of the outdoors theater that now fills in as the primary scene for the Grec Festival of Barcelona go back to the year 1929. We are informed that the site was worked at the recommendation of the scene engineer Jean-Claude-Nicolas Forestier, who, with Nicolau Maria Rubió i Tudurí, made a large portion of the patio nurseries on Mount Montjuïc. As needs be, this "Greek Theater" was inherent a neglected quarry that remained toward one side of the Pubill domain, obtained by Barcelona City Council in 1908. As far back as that year (with the sole exemption of 1977, when the celebration did not occur), the Teatre Grec de Montjuïc has been loaded with music, theater and move each late spring, and the scene has turned into a notorious image of social life in Barcelona.

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137. Montjuic City Theatre - Barcelona

Montjuic City Theatre

Montjuic Castle "Castell de Montjuïc" in Barcelona is situated on the most astounding purpose of the Montjuic slope which is obvious from the downtown area on the south shore of Barcelona while in transit to the air terminal. Montjuic château ignores the ocean and Barcelona city from an elevation of 170 meters with great perspectives of Barcelona city and the port region. The château is a previous military fortress that was given back to the city by the military in 2008. Montjuic stronghold is presently for an assortment of social occasions among others the celebration Montjuic de Nit and the Merce Festival. Montjuic palace is interested in the general population and affirmation cost is €5, which incorporates access to stronghold reservoir and a few cells.

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138. Poble Sec - Barcelona

Poble Sec

El Poble-sec is an area in the Sants-Montjuïc region of Barcelona, Catalonia (Spain). The area is situated between Montjuïc mountain and the Avinguda del Paral·lel. The Poble Sec station of the Barcelona Metro is situated in, and named after, this area. More than a thousand were built during the war, and among them was Refugi 307, (shelter number 307) which has become one of the interpretation centres of the Museu d'Història de la Ciutat.

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139. Sants - Hostafrancs - Barcelona

Sants Hostafrancs

The area of Sants is the most critical piece of the Sants-Montjuic locale, from which it takes its name. It was initially a rustic group yet the entry of steam-driven material plants in the second 50% of the nineteenth century in Barcelona activated fast modern development bringing about a substantial convergence of individuals. Sants Market opened in 1913. The market was worked to house the huge number of temporary slows down put in a heedless manner along the old street known as the Carretera del Sant Crist.

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140. Espanya industrial Park - Barcelona

Espanya industrial Park

The park is situated on the southern side of the fundamental railroad station Sants. Barely a plant in Barcelona energizes as much as the Parc de L'Espanya Industrial. On the off chance that you land via plane or via train on the Barcelona Sants train station, why not utilize the park for a short break. It is only 100 meters from the station. L'Espanya Industrial was planned in 1985 by modeler Luis Peña Ganchegui and Francesc Rius. Suggesting the Roman showers it offers the park a considerable measure of greenery alongside a little manufactured lake from which vessel treks are conceivable.

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