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El Born Centre Cultural, Barcelona
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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It is a brilliant idea to tell the dramatic history of Barcelona at this site. Before 1714 it was a vibrant urban district. After the Catalonian defeat in the war of succession buildings were removed ... read more »
Com escavações de uma Barcelona de 1700. Espaço de exposições e um ótimo bar da Cervejaria Moritz, com ótimo menu. Todo o entorno é interessante!With excavations of a 1700 Barcelona. Exhibition space and a great brewery Moritz bar, with great menu. The whole environment is interesting!show original
Es un impacto fuerte entrar a este lugar y comprender muchas de las luchas de este maravilloso pueblo catalán. Hay una exposición temporal sobre las víctimas del franquismo.A strong impact is entering this place and understand many of the struggles of this wonderful catalan town. There is a temporary exhibition on the victims of the Franco regime.show original
If you're interested in archaeological and Barcelona's history in general, then this place is a must. You walk over building and roads from the 17th century where you can learn alot about the history of this city 300 yrs ago. Also there is a shop and a restaurant there with souvenirs and books (most of them in Spanish). Well worth a visit even if you're just passing through it.
Luis Blanco Rodríguez
If you wqnt to get a clue of what has been going on in Barcelona centuries ago, this center contains good examples of it. A total free exhibition of old remains.
Nice place i lived in el born, passed by daily, definitely worth a visit
Not a market, Roman ruins. Which is cool, but not a market anymore!
Not too eventful and not much going on here, but if you're interested in history and the story of the city, visit here to see the archaeological dig and read the information posted on the displays. For me, very interesting. To others, you might want to pass.
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