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Must see in Barcelona
Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art
The museum consists of works by painters from the previous 50 years.
The MACBA was created by the North american architect Richard Meier and inaugurated in 1995. It features functions by modern musicians and artists such as Antoni Tàpies, Paul Klee, Francesc Torres, Mario Merz and Zush. Its collection targets the legacy of the next 50 percent of the 20th hundred years, and seeks to determine a critical storage area of the artwork of the period, from the idea of view of the social and political truth of a specific city: Barcelona.
Camp Nou Stadium
This stadium gets the most significant capacity of any stadium in European countries, and has managed the suits of FC Barcelona since 1957.
These facilities are recognized by the UEFA to be a five-star stadium -the maximum possible report- and it contains around 99,000 spectators. Aswell as the pitch itself, the visit includes entrance to the FC Barcelona Museum, the team shop and the dressing rooms for browsing teams. Gleam cr?che, restaurants, various tv set studios, a athletics remedies centre, the connection of past team players and the office buildings of varied of the club's departments.
The stadium opened up in 1957 under the name of Estadi del FC Barcelona. Nonetheless it became popularly known as Camp Nou. Finally, in 2001, the team transformed its original designation to the name where it is well known today.
Gran Liceu TheatreIts origins time from following the Conflict of Succession, when the field marshals of the new ruler, Philip V, considered the opera as entertainment for both their soldiers and everyone.
It had been built in the Trinitarian Convent positioned in the centre of the Ramblas, that was extended to be able to support all the actions required by the Liceu. Work commenced under the purchases of Miquel Garriga i Roca in 1845 and the complete job was completed in 1847. The theater has a surface plan in the condition of an horseshoe arch so when it first opened up, it was reported to be one of the primary theatres in European countries at that time. A fire ruined the auditorium and level in 1861, but it was rebuilt by Josep Oriol Mestres, this time around with no second-floor amphitheatre. The initial fa?ade was restored in 1875. Another hearth destroyed the theater in 1994, giving only the access and horseshoe arch. The theater was rebuilt once more, giving intact the parts unaffected by hearth and recreating the auditorium in its original form.