Barcelona is the most visited city in Spain and undoubtedly well known internationally thanks to its history, cosmopolitan society and the Basílica La Sagrada Familia, designed by Gaudí and meant to be his most internationally famous work. The church includes two main architectural styles: Gothic and Spanish Modernism which, finally, led to the “style of Gaudí”. […]
MNAC Museum (Catalan: Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, English: National Art Museum of Catalonia) is one of Spain’s most important museums of art. The MNAC is housed in a magnificent palace known as Palau Nacional, which is located in Montjuïc Hill (a place famous for its beautiful fountains and its privileged views of Barcelona).
The Museum […]
Picasso Museum Barcelona
The Picasso Museum Barcelona is one of the many attractions you can find in Barcelona. Aware of the important work of Picasso, the Museum that bears his name attempts to explore, through different activities, in his life and in his work. The Picasso Museum Barcelona, located on Carrer Montcada 15-23, Barcelona offers […]
The Catalonian Art Nouveau or Jugendstil movement was called in the region Modernisme Català. The style was present in all art works done in the late 18th century and the beginning of the past one. It was most prominent in the field of architecture, being worldwide known the works done by Antoni Gaudi i Cornet.