In 1900 the construction of the popular Park Güell was begun in Barcelona, which at the time was a modern, cosmopolitan city that based its economy on the strength of its industry and had a population of over half a million inhabitants.
The Teatre Lliure de Gràcia, built in 1976, is a theatre in Barcelona and it’s considered one of the most prestigious in Spain. Created by a group of professionals from Barcelona’s independent theatre, it stood out for its commitment to theatre in Catalan, the re-reading of the classics and its commitment to contemporary theatre.
The Plaça de Sant Felip Neri is a unique square in Barcelona, named after the Baroque church of the same name that presides over it. It’s located in the Gothic Quarter, in the district of Ciutat Vella, and more specifically in the neighbourhood of Call and Sant Felip Neri. If you pay attention, you can see the holes made by shrapnel from an air bomb the national side threw during the Spanish Civil War.