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Joan Miró was undoubtedly one of the leading figures in mid-twentieth century art and, throughout his life, was an integral part of the cultural landscape of Barcelona, his home city. The museum dedicated to his life’s work, the Fundació Miró – Miró Foundation – is situated in one of the city’s finest modern buildings in […]

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Palau Nacional

On October 23, 2009 By

Montjuïc, the hill that towers so majestically over the city of Barcelona, has a cornucopia of delights for visitors to delight in – most of them originally constructed for either the 1929 World Fair or the 1992 Olympic Games. Even in these illustrious surroundings, however, the Palau Nacional – the National Palace – manages to […]

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