Fondacio Joan Miro
The foundation features vast collection of Miro works, and the terraced garden with great panorama of Barcelona.
The death in the accident stopped the work of an architect Gaudi, who spent over 16 years building the iconic church of Barcelona.
The church of the Holy Family is still unfinished.
The Gothic cathedral is the place of the biggest religious ceremonies and city feasts.
Santa Maria del Mar
Famous for its stupendous acoustic the church of St. Mary of the See became the popular place for holding music concerts.
Palau de la musica Catalana
Finished in 1908 the building of Palace of Catalonian Music is the best example of modernisme – catalonian secession.
The palace has been enrolled on World Heritage list of Unesco In 1997.
Museu d’Historia de la Ciutat
The visit to the City’s History Museum allows to discover an everyday’s life in the ancient Barcelona.The exhibitions present two thousand years of city’s history.
The museum holds the collection of the most famous works of the artist including sketches to Guernica .
Museu d’Art Contemporani
Temporary and permanent exhibitions of 20th century artist from Spain,Catalonia and from abroad.
Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya
Roman and Gothic art, paintings, sculptures and architectonic details gathered from various churches located in Catalonia and Aragonia.
Fondacio Antony Tapies
The research institute of 20th century art hosts the largest collection of Tapies’ works.
The part of the vast collection of the art occupies the unused part of nunnery Pedralbes.On display in the former cloisters are works of the artists from 13th to 18th century including Fra Evangelico, Velazquez and Rubens.
located on the Nothern hill outside of the centre of Barcelona the park features the fantasy works of Antonio Gaudi, who lived there in 1906-1926.
[photo of church Sagrada Familia courtesy of mgrenner57]