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  2. 2. In the Raval are Museumsand ExhibitionsMontalegre streetCaritat The House of the Centrefor Contemporary Culture ofBarcelona (CCCB)Museu d ContemporaryArt (MACBA) HouseConvalescence, The Convent dels Angels and the Monastery-Church of Sant Pau. At the endof the Ramblas is the shipyards(Drassanes) Church of Sant Pere Nolasc
  3. 3. Caritat House - Convent of Valldonzella
  4. 4. The Houseof Caritat is a group ofbuildingswhose historybegins in 1362
  5. 5. House of Caritat Pati Mannings two-story Tuscan style of the eighteenthcentury cloister
  6. 6. Caritat house was installedin the building of theformer Seminary StreetMontalegre La Caritat Joan Serra - 1879
  7. 7. Contemporary Culture Centreacted as a centerof charitable and welcomed,throughout the nineteenthcentury. Theinstitution functions assuch until 1957
  8. 8. Contemporary Culture Centre
  9. 9. Contemporary Culture Centre
  10. 10. Contemporary Culture Centre
  11. 11. Contemporary Culture Centre
  12. 12. Centre of Contemporary Cultureis a complex of contemporaryculture. Designed byarchitects HelioPiñon and Albert Vilaplana. OnFebruary 25, 1994 inaugurated theCCCB with a total area of15,000 m2, of which 4,000 areused for exhibitions.
  13. 13. CCC is a prismatic body building 30 m high glazed façade spectacular inits top leans over the yard as a cantilevered work with your game as amirror reflection of the landscape and as a vantage point above the city,
  14. 14. Contemporary Culture Centre
  15. 15. The Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona known for short MACBA,the construction of what would host the museum commissioned the architectAmerican Richard Meier
  16. 16. The Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona The collection includes worldreference names as Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Marcel Duchamp, Joaquin Torres-Garcia, Paul Palenzuelo, Antoni Tapies, Miquel Barceló and Roy Lichtenstein
  17. 17. The Museum of Contemporary Art Statue LONA Jorge Oteiza Orio
  18. 18. Convent dels Angels 1562 – 1566
  19. 19. Convent dels Angels
  20. 20. Convent dels Angels
  21. 21. Convent dels Angels now convent rooms showroom.
  22. 22. Convent dels Angels
  23. 23. Hospital de la Santa Creu is one of the oldest in the world, entrance on Carrerdel Carme
  24. 24. Hospital de la Sta. Creu, the old Royal Academy of Medicine
  25. 25. Convalescence Housewithin the HospitalCampus is theseventeenth century,now the current home ofthe Institute of CatalanStudies began in 1629 -1680
  26. 26. Convalescence House The building is structured around a central courtyardsquare
  27. 27. Convalescence House
  28. 28. Convalescence House
  29. 29. Hospital de la Santa Creu main cloister
  30. 30. Rubio i Lluch Gardens quiet linking the buildings of the Library of Catalonia andthe Old Hospital de la Santa Creu
  31. 31. Hospital de la Santa Creu
  32. 32. Hospital de la Santa Creu
  33. 33. Hospital de la Santa Creu Entrance to the Biblioteca de Catalunya InstitutdStudies Catalans and the Old Hospital de la Santa Creu
  34. 34. Hospital de la Santa Creu
  35. 35. The Library of Catalonia It occupies a total area of ​8,820 m², and has a depth ofapproximately three million copies
  36. 36. Hospital de la Santa Creu
  37. 37. Arts Conservatory of Sumptuary Massana. within the Campus
  38. 38. Escola d Art Llotja within the Precinct Hospital de la Santa Creu
  39. 39. Hospital de la Santa Creu
  40. 40. Hospital de la Santa Creu Street entrance LHospital
  41. 41. Hospital de la Santa Creu is a fourteenth-century Gothic building is one of theoldest hospitals in the world.
  42. 42. Hospital de la Santa Creu The first stone was laid in 1401 in the presence ofKing Martin I of Aragon. The building, designed by architect Guillem dAbriell
  43. 43. Hospital de la Santa Creu fue planificado de una forma grandiosa en cuatroalas de construcción de dos plantas que rodeaban un patio porticado.
  44. 44. New Rambla del Raval neighborhood in the deep holes have been opening inthe form of new streets and squares
  45. 45. Jack works by Colombian artist Botero, located in the Rambla of Raval
  46. 46. Hotel and OfficeBuilding in the Rambladel Raval has an ellipticaland 10 stories high, whichcontrasts with thesurrounding old buildings
  47. 47. Plaça de Vázquez Montalbán is giving way to renewal and other streetsRobadors Illa "sinful" with the new Rambla del Raval.
  48. 48. Leopold Restaurant is an old building from 1730, situated in the center ofthe Barcelona port
  49. 49. Leopold Restaurant retains its ceramic base, the walls up thebeautiful mosaics, paintings and photographs and autographs of allthecelebrities who have eaten on the premises
  50. 50. Sant Pau del Camp
  51. 51. Sant Pau del Camp
  52. 52. Sant Pau del Camp
  53. 53. Sant Pau del Camp
  54. 54. Sant Pau del Camp Thecloister is small and was built inthe thirteenth century, witharches of three andfive lobes. The arches aresupported on columns. Thebuilding is surrounded by agarden where the house is theold abbey built between the XIII-XIV century and early eighteenthcenturies.
  55. 55. Sant Pau del Camp - El claustro
  56. 56. Las Atarazanas (Drassanes)
  57. 57. The Shipyards (Drassanes)Barcelona are a real civilarchitectural Gothic Duringthe reign of Peter III ofAragon between 1280/1300,construction began of theshipyards, which consistedof alargewalled rectangular building with four towers inits angles, two of which stillexist.
  58. 58. Las Atarazanas (Drassanes)
  59. 59. Las Atarazanas (Drassanes)
  60. 60. Las Atarazanas (Drassanes)
  61. 61. Las Atarazanas (Drassanes)
  62. 62. Las Atarazanas (Drassanes)
  63. 63. Walls of The Shipyards (Drassanes) This tower remodeled in 1664that unless the destruction of the walls of S. XIX, together with a piece of thewall that limits the Avenida del Paralelo
  64. 64. Walls of The Shipyards Heritage Site by decree of the Council of Ministers of 5May 1976.
  65. 65. Walls of The Shipyards Between 1641/1644 the site was fortified by reason ofthe war Reapers
  66. 66. Santa Madrona Wall rose in times of James I and during the reign of Peter theCeremonious to in the middle of S. XIV