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Casa Fajol, also known as Casa de la Papallona, is a modernist building crowned by a striking semi-circular flat mosaic dome with a huge yellow butterfly..
Casa Fajol, also known as Casa de la Papallona, is a modernist building crowned by a striking semi-circular flat mosaic dome with a huge yellow butterfly.
Once used for public hangings, Placa d'Espanya was created for the 1929 World Exhibition
The Pavilion is one of the emblematic works of Mies van der Rohe and key reference architecture of the twentieth century
Runs from Metro Parallel to Joan Miró Museum
The Neo-Classical Fountain of Neptune in the Plaza de la Merced was created in 1826 by Adria Ferran
A fake village built in 1929, with replicas of characteristic buildings in Spain (like the Avila walls, the Vall-de-roures town hall, etc
The Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya or MNAC in the Palau Nacional on Montjuïc hill houses a great collection of mostly Catalan art spanning from the early Middle Ages to the early 20th century
The Montjuïc Communications Tower, also known as Torre Telefónica, is a telecommunication tower designed by Santiago Calatrava to symbolize an athlete holding the Olympic Flame, as it was built for transmission during the 1992 Olympics