The monumental fountain that ascents up in the focal point of the Plaça Espanya is one of the notable pictures of this piece of Barcelona. You can appreciate incredible perspectives of this noteworthy traditional style landmark from any edge of the square. This sculptural troupe denote the passage to the road prompting the grounds of the 1929 International Exhibition. The fountain was composed by the modeler Josep Maria Jujol, one of Gaudí's principle relates, and is a monumental moral story that pays tribute to water.
Sant Andreu developed from a progression of farmhouses worked around the area church of Sant Andreu del Palomar (which is as yet standing however was revamped in the nineteenth century). Sant Andreu Market was planned in 1850 so as to give them perpetual premises, and a reasonable place with the right lighting conditions and ventilation to offer foodstuffs. A walk around the Plaça d'Orfila, the Plaça del Mercadal or along the fundamental road, known as the Carrer Gran de Sant Andreu, gives us a thought of what it probably been similar to in the old town which was once separate from Barcelona and was retained into the city in 1897.
Bac de Roda is a station on line 2 of the Barcelona Metro. The station is situated underneath Carrer Guipúscoa, between Carrer Bac de Roda and Carrer Fluvià, and around 100 meters (330 ft) south of the notable Bac de Roda Bridge. The side-stage station has an entrance at either end. The Carrer Bac de Roda get to, uncommonly, has isolate entryways for every stage. The Carrer Fluvià get to has a lift for wheelchair openness. The station was opened in 1997.
The church in the Plaça d'Orfila in the Sant Andreu region remains on the site of a tenth century Romanesque church. Building work to develop the old church of Sant Andreu del Palomar of occurred in 1881, bringing about a neo-Gothic building that symbolizes the historical backdrop of the area and Barcelona. The Romanesque church, which was committed to Saint Andrew in the tenth century, has borne observer to hundreds of years of history of this old town, which was once separate from the city.
Horta-Guinardó is the name of one of the regions of Barcelona, situated in its North-Eastern corner. It is named after two exceptionally heterogeneous zones of the city, Horta and el Guinardó, which together cover an expansive territory of 11.92 km², which entireties up for the 11,9% of the aggregate augmentation of the city. The Swedish craftsman Claes Oldenburg was appointed to make this figure amid the Olympic period and he picked an ordinary protest as typical as the match as his topic.
The Carriage Museum of Seville started its adventure on October 17, 1999 with the reason for coordinating itself in the social circuit of the city, providing for the general population the entrancing universe of the stallion carriage. Forty-five carriages and carriages, both individuals, merchandise and open transport frame the gathering, alongside different components and related attire. The show is fluctuated in sorts, with an arranging that makes the display a genuine amusement for the faculties of any guest.
The Parc del Laberint d'Horta "Maze Park of Horta", in some cases named Jardins (Gardens) del Laberint d'Horta) is a chronicled plant in the Horta-Guinardó locale in Barcelona and the most established of its kind in the city. Situated on the previous domain of the Desvalls family, by the Collserola edge, the recreation center includes an eighteenth century neoclassical garden and a nineteenth century sentimental garden. Works started in 1791 when marquis Joan Antoni Desvalls i d'Ardena, proprietor of the parcel, made the plan of a neoclassical garden in a joint effort with Italian draftsman Domenico Bagutti.
The Parc del Laberint d'Horta (Labyrinth Park of Horta) is the most established stop in Barcelona. Situated on the previous domain of the Desvalls family, it goes back to 1791 when marquis Joan Antoni Desvalls i d'Ardena collabated with Italian planner Domenico Bagutti to make the neoclassical garden. The Desvalls Palace, a working with neoarabic and neogothic components remains at the passageway of the recreation center. It is as of now utilized as an establishment of planting instruction and library.
In Barcelona's Parc de la Clota, near the manor known as the Torre Lluçana in the area of Horta-Guinardó, we run over the multiplication of the Pavilion of the Spanish Republic, initially composed by the engineers Josep Lluís Sert and Luis Lacasa as the Spanish Pavilion at the 1937 Paris Exhibition. This milestone building was remade for the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games. The Pavilion of the Republic spoke to a cry of challenge against the war that was seething in Spain and Barcelona at the time.
Velòdrom d'Horta is a velodrome situated in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It was the track cycling scene for the 1992 Summer Olympics and was likewise the setting for the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in 1984. The velodrome, outlined by Esteve Bonell and Francesc Rius, was implicit 1984 as the first of Barcelona's development extends in arrangement for the offered for the 1992 Summer Olympics in 1986. It was the primary velodrome worked to new FIAC rules allowing a 250 m (270 yd) track if surfaced with wood. The building won the FAD engineering prize in 1985.
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