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Catalonia's Museum of History, Barcelona

A must in order to understand the troubled and sad history of the Catalans..

A must in order to understand the troubled and sad history of the Catalans.


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About Catalonia's Museum of History

 Plaça de Pau Vila, 3, Barcelona, Spain

 +34 932 25 47 00

 www.es.mhcat.cat

Catalonia's Museum of History and Nearby Sights on Map

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Parc de la Ciutadella

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Port Vell

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Fossar de les Moreres

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Passeig del Born

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