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The Sant Pere de les Puelles is a 10th century Romanesque Benedictine monastery that has been damaged and rebuilt over the years..
The Sant Pere de les Puelles is a 10th century Romanesque Benedictine monastery that has been damaged and rebuilt over the years.
Carrer de Lluís el Piadós, 1, 08003 Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
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This avenue goes from the Santa Maria del Mar church to the Born market and is where the legendary jousting matches of the Middle Ages took place, as well as numerous fairs and marches
Palau Dalmases on the historic Carrer Montcada is named after aristocrat Pau Ignasi de Dalmases, who remodeled the entire house in the 17th century
The Fossar de les Moreres is the site of the cemetery of the Santa Maria del Mar Church where martyrs of the Siege of Barcelona in 1714 were buried
This market was the central market for Barcelona until the 1973 and its closing marked the beginning of the neighborhood's decline before its current resurgence
One of the most representative examples of Catalan Gothic architecture, it features a sombre but beautiful interior
The Museu Picasso in Barcelona was inaugurated in 1963 as the first museum dedicated to the works of Pablo Picasso, and houses an extensive collection of 4,251 works of art by the artist
The Mammoth Museum in the Casa de la Custòdia is a paleontological museum showcasing the remains of mammoths and other Ice Age animals
The Museu de la Xocolata is dedicated to chocolate, taking visitors through the discovery of cocoa bean in the Aztec Empire by New World explorers, its arrival in Europe, processing and commercialization, and its nutritional properties
El Cap de Barcelona - The Head is a surrealist sculpture in stone, steel and ceramic on Paseo de Colón created by American artist Roy Lichtenstein for the 1992 Summer Olympics