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Montjuic Castle (Barcelona) open doors this Sunday

This Sunday, 15 of June, there is a celebration in the Castle of Montjuïc of Barcelona. The celebration will consist of a day of open doors, since 11. 00 hours to 19,00 hours, and it is tried that the citizens ” they take posesion” of the building.
Montjuic Castle Barcelona
During the day, all the people will be able to see some spaces that until now, were closed to the public, like ‘poterna’ and the stairs snail, or the pluvial water cistern excavated under the castle.
Besides the possibility of knowing this construction that has been witness of the history of the city, the Celebration of the Castle of Montjuïc of Barcelona, proposes diverse playful activities and of leisure like music spectacles, circus and dances.
The web of the Castle of Montjuic, here.
I see this info in Terra.es.

eurodipity

June 14, 2008 at 7:30 am 2 comments

Museums in Barcelona

  • The Museum of Contemporanean Art  (Barcelona)

The history of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA) goes back to 1959 when art critic Alexandre Cirici Pellicer championed the idea of creating a museum of contemporary art in Barcelona.

http://www.macba.es/

  • The Museum of City History (MCHB)

http://www.museuhistoria.bcn.es

  • The Museo Picasso in Barcelona

The Picasso Museum in Barcelona is more important for understanding the first years of Pablo Picasso. More than 3,500 works that make up the permanent collection.

http://www.museupicasso.bcn.es/eng/index_eng.htm

October 22, 2007 at 12:44 pm 1 comment


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