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Sightseeing i Sant Martí

Monument / Landmark
“The Arc de Triomf of Barcelona, unlike other arcs with a marked military character, was created to commemorate a civil landmark, serving as a monumental entrance to the Universal Exhibition of Barcelona in 1888. Today, it has sometimes served as a goal in various sporting events, the most important being the Barcelona marathon. ”
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Church
“most famous building in Barcelona. If you think about entering buy your tickets at least the day before online. That will help to avoid queuing for hours. ”
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Stadium
“It is situated at the confluence of the Gran Via and Marina Street in the district Eixample. This place was the last bullfighting arena in commercial operation in Catalonia. It is one of the larger public arenas in Barcelona and is now used for events such as concerts.”
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Cultural Center
“El Born CCM is a space created for the city to encourage and promote the remembrance of local and national events, as well as those affecting communities around the world. El Born CCM is housed in a building that was formerly El Born market, which opened in 1876. ”
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Market
“The new Born has been structured in two levels. The first, below ground, where you can visit and walk among the ruins of 1714. And, a second, at the foot of street that will be passable longitudinally. This space becomes a public square where you can move freely during the day. This is a free public access route that aims to recover the open character of the old market.”
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Monument / Landmark
“The Arc de Triomf is a triumphal arch built with colorful brickwork in Mudéjar style. It was built as the main access gate for the 1888 Barcelona World Fair by architect Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas.”
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Sushi and chalkboard specials served in a cozy space
“If you love Shusi you have to try this restaurant, the best Shusi in Barcelona”
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Museum
“This beautiful former cloister is now home to the sweet Museu de la Xocolata and the family friendly Bar del Convent, holding exhibitions, activities and cultural events during festivals. ”
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Monument / Landmark
“There are lots of these Triumphal arches dotted in cities across Europe and Barcelona’s version is most definitely worth a visit.”
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Monument / Landmark
“The Archdeacon's House was the residence of the clergy from the 12th century onwards, and was connected to the dean's residence in the early 16th century with a beautiful Renaissance-style courtyard!”
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Monument / Landmark
Library
“The library opened in 1910, when Francesca Bonnemaison established the Institute of Culture and the Women’s Library, the first in Europe. This institution offers women’s education and access to culture via classes. It was so successful that in 1922 it moved to its current, larger location in the La Ribera neighborhood. It still works to defend women’s rights. In addition to the library, the building houses the Office for the Promotion of Policies for Men’s and Women’s Equality, the Women’s School, and the Francesca Bonnemaison Women’s Culture Center.”
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