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Oh my gosh. The very definition of a rip off! They get you for €5 a person as soon as you approach.
Look around as you pay your euros. YOU’VE SEEN IT ALL! There is nothing behind the walls. There’s not even a bathroom.
We chose to visit the pavilion as our son studied the building and made a model of it as part of an Architecture course he attended. He was able to give us a detailed history of the building and help us understand it. Without that,...More
This is not the original pavilion, but an exact replica recreated in the same spot that the original was in. It is an important milestone in 20th Century architecture. The interior is not large, so cheapskates can just view the outside and imagine the interior...More
This was the name of the building used by Germany for the 1929 Exhibition, taking its name from the designer, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. It was removed after the Exhibition.
It still retained significant interest in architectural circles and a decision was taken to...More
So yes it’s small and it’s 10 euros but it is special.
If you don’t like 20 century architecture don’t go you will feel ripped off. Like the louvre and it’s Mona Lisa.
Now the problem, who would hang laundry in this place???
Once a downtrodden corner of downtown Barcelona, this gritty area has seen a cultural resurgence boasting an excellent nightlife and one of the most multi ethnic spots in the entire city. A sense of humble authenticity protrudes from the many independent record stores, second hand shops, and student bars that seem to light up the streets day and night. The rocking epicenter, the MACBA Plaça, is a modern day
forum for bohemian youth, abuzz with the sights and sounds of late-night gatherings and talented skateboarders showing off their latest tricks.