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... . From the Jean Miró museum we took a stroll through the park to the MNAC (Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya) National Art Museum of Catalunya which is housed in the Palau Nacional. Even at this time of day there was a small queue which we avoided ...
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... to the eastern area, and checked out Mount Montjuic. We headed up the front entrance up towards the The National Art Museum of Catalonia, instead of having to walk up the hundreds of stairs to get to the top, they had conveniently created escalators ...
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... protesting and celebrating. This day is a mix of things because it is a protest and a raised voice for the people of Catalonia who wish for their city to become independent and create their own laws, but also a celebration for the freedom it already has ...
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... the Poble Espanyol. This village was made to host the world festival. Now it is host to a statue garden and an art museum, plus random festivals. The Mexican festival was awesome finally getting some great Mexican food, burritos and real salsa! There was ...
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... artist that Picasso would become. The other art museum we visited was the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (Catalonia National Museum of Art) up on the hill in Montjuic. We weren’t particularly in the mood for a museum, but our Lonely ...
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... Roman and medieval times. They are not restored (just excavated) so some imagination is needed. Picasso Museum is great. I buy the Art Pass (7 art museums for E22) and bypass a long line to get in. Excellent explanations of his work with a solid set of ...
A Travel Blog entry by cattawa87 from Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
... functions as an enormous sundial. We also paid a visit to the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (or the National Art Museum of Catalonia) which was built for the 1929 World’s Fair then restored for the 1992 Summer Olympics. After a fantastic ...
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... finally had enough of surrealism. One note - there were great views of Barcelona from the museum terraces. Next we went to the National Art Museum of Catalonia or MNAC, a museum of Catalan visual art. It is housed in the Palau Nacional, built for the 1929 ...
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... to the impressive fountain at the bottom where we sat for lunch. It was constructed in 1929 and is now home to the National Art Museum of Catalonia. We walked right to the top to see the magnificent view of Barcelona but didn't enter as we were now off to ...
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... we got back on the Metro and headed to Plaça d'Espanya. At the plaza, we saw Barcelona's sports arena, the National Art Museum of Catalonia, and the Venetian Towers. We could see almost all of Barcelona from the steps to the art museum. ...
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