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The Monument de Leandre Cristofol is a surrealist sculpture made from white reinforced concrete, steel tube and wood in the centre of Placa de George Orwell Square in the Gothic Quarter.
The Monument de Leandre Cristofol is a surrealist sculpture made from white reinforced concrete, steel tube and wood in the centre of Placa de George Orwell Square in the Gothic Quarter. It is an 8 metre high replica of the smaller original work in the National Art Museum of Catalonia.
This square has been the political hub since the Roman era
The Palau de la Generalitat is a medieval palace that is the seat of the Presidency and the Government of Catalonia
The Temple of Augustus was a Roman temple built during the Imperial period in the 1st century BC as a place of worship for Emperor Augustus
Often the first landmark that people identify with the city
The Hash, Marijuana and Hemp Museum, located in the modernist Palau Mornau, offers a unique permanent exhibition on the development of the cannabis plant as a versatile source for industrial, nutritional, medicinal, sacramental and recreational purposes
It is the recently re-discovered synagogue from the Jewish quarter, called ''call''
Includes access to underground Roman ruins and a complex of historic buildings in the center of the Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter), as well as being a reasonably good historical museum