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Fabra Observatory, Barcelona

The Fabra Observatory was built in 1904 to study asteroids and comets.

The Fabra Observatory was built in 1904 to study asteroids and comets. Scientific staff lead guided tours through the different sections on astronomy, meteorology and seismology. It offers 'Dinner under the Stars' all summer from Tuesday to Saturday.


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About Fabra Observatory

 Camí de l'Observatori, s/n, 08001 Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

 +34 934 17 57 36

 www.fabra.cat

Fabra Observatory and Nearby Sights on Map

Funicular del Tibidabo

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Tibidabo Mountain

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Torre Bellesguard

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Torre de Collserola

CosmoCaixa

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Vallvidrera

Mirador de l'Arrabassada

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Vallvidrera Funicular

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Parc de la Creueta del Coll

Mirador de Sarrià

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