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Poble Espanyol - Barcelona - Reviews of Poble Espanyol - TripAdvisor
Just returned from Barcelona and i beg you not to bother going to Poble Espanyol. We went on Tuesday at 9pm and paid the 4 euro night rate (it says it closes at 2am from Tuesday - Thursday)...
Poble Espanyol, Barcelona, Spain : Reviews of Poble Espanyol - Yahoo! Travel
This was one of the main attractions in the Universal Exposition of 1929. The idea was to gather all the different kinds of Spanish architecture under one "roof"...
Poble Espanyol de Montjuic- Barcelona, Spain - VirtualTourist.com
One of the places I enjoyed a lot was the Spanish Village. It was built for the International Exhibition in 1929, with the idea of bring to its visitors representative samples of the architecture of the different regions of Spain, presented together in the form of a village, conceived as a single un...
, in addition to being an obligatory visit for anyone wanting to gain an overall vision of the different styles of architectural and urban constructions of towns and cities of the whole Spanish state, has become a meeting-place for people who also want to enjoy theatrical shows or concerts or to sha...
Poble Espanyol, Barcelona
Several of Poble Espanyol's buildings are exact reproductions of existing buildings, while other merely represent a specific architectural style. The main entrance gate to the village is a replica of the Puerta San Vicente, one of nine gates of the 11th century walls around the city of Avila. Some o...
Barcelona Daily Photo: Poble Espanyol
Poble Espanyol (Spanish Town) is a wonderful place where the different regions of Spain are represented. You can see their architecture, food, costumes and art. Silence is one of the virtues of this place located on t...
Poble Espanyol is located in the Montjuic section of the city. The idea behind this Spanish Village was to give examples of local Spanish architectural styles and crafts. There are 116 houses that are arranged about a central square. These houses are currently used as shops and restaurants. The gran...
Poble Espanyol | Barcelona Sights & Activities | Fodor's Online Travel Guide
Created for the 1929 Universal Exhibition as a sort of artificial Spain-in-a-bottle, with faithful reproductions of Spain's various architectural styles punctuated with boutiques, workshops, and studios, the Spanish Village takes you from the walls of Ávila to the wine cellars of Jerez de la ...
Poble Espanyol Barcelona
The Poble Espanyol is a district of Barcelona, whose diversity makes it different to any other district of the city. Poble Espanyol is an architectural synopsis of all Spanish communities, it is the possibility to visit, in a couple of hours, a watercolour of the seventeen regions wich make up one o...
Poble Espanyol | Museum/Attraction Review | Barcelona | Frommers.com
This recreated Spanish village, built for the 1929 World's Fair, provokes mixed feelings: purists see it as the height of kitsch, while others delight in its open spaces and period-Disneyland type feel. But the question remains; where else would you find over 100 styles of Spanish vernacular archite...
The Spanish Village. Poble Espanyol Montjuic- Barcelona
(the Spanish Village). All the architectural styles are represented, from Galice to the Basque Country and from Aragon to Andalusia. A place which always has a lot of success since the universal exposition in 1929. Many bars and reg...
Barcelona Weddings - Poble Espanyol
The Romanesque Monastery is a sample of the Catalan religious architecture of the 10th - 12th previous to the Gothic style. The frescoes are one of the bestknown of this style. This church is one of the preferred wedding chapels among the couples o...