One of the busiest circular streets in Palma follows the outline of the old walls, which street is it? </li></ul>
Panoramic view from the roof: towards the west. I n the background you can see the Bellver castle. <ul><li>What is the name of the green wooded area that surrounds it?
What is the name of the bird standing on top of the bastion tower?
What are the buildings in the western part of the sea front like? </li></ul>
From the roof, towards the east. <ul>In the background you can see the cathedral. Well, in fact the cathedral is partially covered by 5 iron cubes that obstruct its view. <li>Do you know the name of the sculpture?
What was the name of the painting the guide was presenting? </li></ul>
Some of the artworks <ul>Museums have changed a lot in recent years, now you can visit museums on line, as Emili told you to do in his post. You can also find out more about an artist you like. If you liked this brush building, you can visit Dennis Oppenhein website: http://www.dennis-oppenheim.com </ul>
These are some of the abstract concepts you had to match with artworks. Can you think of any others? Tension Violence Identity Ritual Memory Power Paradox
Is this up side down church in Palma? <ul><li>This sculpture is by the same artist who made the building brush.
Did you see a similar one in the street on your way to the museum?
Do you like the idea of having artworks displayed in the city?
Are they in a public or in a private space? </li></ul>
Learning: bollard,norai, noray, scaffold, bastida, andamio. <ul><li>Walking in the city we all learnt new things: look at the beautiful blue bollard in the photo. Rafel and Nuria told you why there were bollards in a square by the Consolat del Mar.