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A weekend walk in Barcelona26


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Barcelona is the capital and the most populous city of Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain, after Madrid

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A weekend walk in Barcelona26

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  2. 2. Reial Cercle artistic de Barcelona (Barcelona Royal Circle of Arts) This private fine-arts society in Barry Gotic has two art galleries and a restaurant and bar open to the public; it also offers drawing and painting classes. The main entrance with its heavy keystone arch, the stone carvings inside to the right in the Sala Güell, and the sculptures along the stairway are all elegant and graceful Gothic details worth stopping for.
  3. 3. Josep Monserrat i Portella (Barcelona 1860-1923) Geni Alat
  4. 4. Tiles on fountain outside the Reial Cercle Artistic
  5. 5. Sant Joan Salvador Dalí
  6. 6. Reial Cercle artistic de Barcelona (Barcelona Royal Circle of Arts) Cave Canem ('Beware of the dog')
  7. 7. EXPOSICION DE PINTURA DE DYANGO EN EL REIAL CERCLE ARTISTIC DE BARCELONA Dyango, born José Gómez Romero on March 5, 1940 in Barcelona, is a Spanish musician
  8. 8. Dyango, born José Gómez Romero on March 5, 1940 in Barcelona, is a Spanish musician
  9. 9. Aida Rull Cameleo para web
  10. 10. Court order handed down for removal of the name, images and works of Dalí from the Reial Cercle Artístic de Barcelona, known as the "Dalí museum" in this city. In a decision dated 12 June 2012, the Commercial Court no. 3 of Barcelona ordered the company Faber Gòtic, S.L. (managed by Juan Javier Bofill) to remove from the Reial Cercle Artístic de Barcelona located beside Barcelona Cathedral the name Dalí, photos of the artist and works said to belong to the collection of sculptures he made for Isidro Clot (known as the “Clot Collection”).
  11. 11. The court decision likewise imposed a penalty on Faber Gòtic for acts of unfair competition by having created the impression that the exhibition had the backing of Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, on which count Faber Gòtic was ordered to pay an indemnity.
  12. 12. Sant Jordi Salvador Dalí
  13. 13. Plaça Reial is a square in the Barri Gòtic of Barcelona Plaça Reial lies next to La Rambla and constitutes a well-known touristic attraction, especially at night and is a popular meeting place during the summer and the annual La Mercè festival in September, when open air concerts take place, and during other celebrations such as New Year's Eve, often being very crowded.
  14. 14. The Forum Building also known as Museu Blau de les Ciències Naturals
  15. 15. The Forum Building also known as Museu Blau de les Ciències Naturals, is an architectural landmark in Barcelona designed by the Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron (Herzog & de Meuron),. The building is triangular in shape, measuring 180 metres on each side and 25 metres in height, located within the triangle formed by Diagonal Avenue, Rambla de Prim and the Ronda Litoral.
  16. 16. The Forum was the symbol of the controversial 2004 Universal Forum of Cultures and the serious flaws that arose during its construction were widely covered in both the Spanish national and foreign press. The building has become a political bone of contention, with the opposition parties in both Barcelona Council and the Parliament of Catalonia demanding to know why it cost so much (of the order of US $144 m).
  17. 17. In contrast to the surrounding towers, the triangular building extends horizontally, favoring the natural congregation of public uses both internally and outside in the neighboring square Museu Blau de les Ciències Naturals (Forum Building) by Herzog and de Meuron and Torre Telefonica Diagonal
  18. 18. The building has an auditorium with a seating capacity of 3,200 and an exhibition hall covering nearly 5,000 square metres.
  19. 19. The unusual shapes, geometry and materials used, have an intriguing and inviting effect and the mystical mix of colors cause a great deal of comfort – a powerful yet calm place. Apparently, this project left more than a wound in the city’s budget.
  20. 20. The Media-TIC building will be the nucleus connecting the space between the Media and TIC clusters of the 22@Barcelona district, a meeting point for companies and professionals. Developed by the Consortium of the Zona Franca and the 22@Barcelona company, the Media-TIC building stands at the junction of Carrer Roc Boronat and Carrer Sancho de Ávila
  21. 21. Media-TIC covers an area of 14,000 m2 with spaces for companies, research and training,
  22. 22. the interrelation with the 22@Barcelona district, of which it is a part, and the development of synergies as befitting a cluster space. Media-TIC gives priority to spatial intercommunication,
  23. 23. The Open University of Catalonia will occupy the 5,000 m2 of the building's top three floors and will house the university's Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3) and the eLearn Center, while Barcelona Digital Centre Tecnològic will also set up its headquarters in the building, occupying almost
  24. 24. Gran Vía, entre las calles Casanovas y Muntaner,
  25. 25. Gran Vía, entre las calles Casanovas y Muntaner,
  26. 26. Gran Via, la antigua Casa de la Lactancia Municipal Casa de Lactancia Municipal. It is now the place for an retirement building. The facade is a kind of Catalunya gothic revival but the inside is really Art Nouveau. The plan is distributed around a patio which is used as a meeting place and a light shaft. It is decorated by mosaics and stain glasses.
  27. 27. Edifici Gas Natural also Torre Mare Nostrum is a skyscraper completed in 2005, has 20 floors and rises 86 meters. It has an innovative and distinctive look because at the bottom are two protruding blocks used as part of the building. This is headquarters of Gas Natural Company. Lies close to the two other skyscrapers: Hotel Arts and Torre Mapfre. It is one of examples of High-tech architecture in the city.
  28. 28. Edifici Gas Natural stands in splendid Barceloneta area close to the major Olympic Port, not far from the famous sculpture called Fish, designed by Frank O. Gehr
  29. 29. Made out of concrete and ceramic El Cap de Barcelona (Head of Barcelona), is a surrealist sculpture created by American Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein for the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona
  30. 30. Barcelona's golden fish sculpture, known as Peix, is one of many pieces of public art found in and around the city. The piece sits in the Port Olimpic at the base of a large skyscraper, the Hotel Arts, one of the tallest buildings in the city. Renowned architect Frank O. Gehry was commissioned to build the piece for the 1992 Summer Olympics, which were held in Barcelona and brought the city to the attention of the world. It faces the sea and measures 35 by 54 meters (about 114 by 177 feet).
  31. 31. Barcelona's golden fish is made of stone, steel, and glass. Its copper-colored shiny metal plates sparkle in the sunshine and make the sculpture a real eye catcher. The sculpture can be seen from several of Barcelona's beaches.
  32. 32. Gehry, a Canadian architect based in Los Angeles, is best known for his many notable structures throughout the world including the Stata Center in Cambridge near Boston, the Dancing House in Prague, the Pritzker Pavilion at the Millennium Park in Chicago, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the stunning 8 Spruce Street in New York City and many more eye-catching structures. the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao
  33. 33. Text: Internet Pictures: Internet & Daniela Iacob Copyrights of the photos belong to each photographer Presentation: Sanda Foi oreanuş Sound: Dyango - Esa Mujer