Barcelona. Montjuic on a rainy day.

Montjuic with the Palau Nacional and the Font Magica (magic fountain) in the front

The four coloumns ...
The four columns
The Palau Nacional wihich host the museum that I visited on that day
…. and the Palau Nacional which hosts the National Art Museum of Catalonia that I visited on that day.
looking back over the city
Looking back over the city…
...and the view from the terace of the Museum
…and the view from the terrace of the museum…
... and another view over Bacelonas rooftops. The Sagrada Famila in the left corne and Torre Agbar on the right.
… and another view over Bacelonas rooftops. The Sagrada Famila in the left corner and Torre Agbar on the right.
Santioago Calatravas spine
Santiago Calatravas Communications Tower
one of the many walkways around montjuic
One of the many walkways around Montjuic…
...and a little park
…and a little park.
A sculpture by Calder in fronto of the
A sculpture by Calder in front of the Fundació Joan Miró, a museum for modern art and Joan Mirós artworks,…
and one by Miro himself at the back
…and one by Miro himself at the back of the museum.
sculpture garden near
A sculpture garden near the Miró museum
the suddenly the sky clear up and the rain stopped and I decided to quickly head to the beach, which was unreal on that day. Photos from my afternoon there are here and here.
Looking back to the Palau Nacional…

 

… and then suddenly the sky cleared up and the rain stopped and I decided to quickly head to the beach, which was the best decision I could have made. The  beach was unreal on that day, stormy with really big waves.

Photos from my afternoon and evening there are here and here.

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