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Poble Espanyolin Barcelona, Spain

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Located on the mountain of Montjuic, the village is a unique place in Barcelona, where you will see the most beautiful buildings of medieval Spain, made with the highest accuracy.
Poble Espanyol, Barcelona
The idea to create this village, where people can see all the beautiful buildings of medieval Spain belongs to the architects Francesc Folguera and Ramon Reventós and artists Miquel Utrillo and Xavier Nogués. They wanted to recreate a Spanish village in the accuracy of every detail, and they traveled all over the country to find the ruins of ancient buildings. So, now in the village you can see a copy of Arcos de la Frontera quarter, Utebo Tower and many other interesting buildings.nnSpanish village
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On the territory of the village, in addition to medieval buildings, you can find numerous shops and watch how glass blowers, weavers, cobblers, potters work. And of course buy some unique souvenirs or even create them.

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#8Buy souvenirs in the Spanish town in BarcelonaBuy souvenirs in the Spanish townoddviser

The best handmade souvenirs you can buy in a unique location in Barcelona - Spanish town on Montjuïc.

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Location: Av Francesc Ferrer i Guardia, 13, Barcelona

Open hours

9 am till 11:59 pm

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