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The neighbourhood the city grew out of bears the marks of every Barcelona era, and reveals its history in every stone and in every one of its visitors' attentive glances.
Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya
The Palau Nacional that dominates Montjuïc is the seat of the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC) which, among other things, keeps an impressive collection of Romanesque paintings.
A wealth of architecture designed by Gaudí, Puig i Cadafalch and Domènech i Montaner is concentrated in the Eixample's Quadrat d’Or, or Golden Square, the heart of Modernisme in Barcelona.
Formerly a village separate from the city, Sarrià is a charming, sweet and very literary neighbourhood, with a network of squares and small streets that seem to have stopped in time.
Horta's old quarter
Formerly a village separate from the city, the Horta neighbourhood preserves its splendid old quarter, made up of little squares and small streets, where life still goes on at a village pace.
El Parc de Montjuïc
Montjuïc's large, natural park is the best site for enjoying nature and culture together, as it is full of splendid gardens and cultural facilities.
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