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Housed inside an 18th-century former convent at the end of La Rambla, the CASM is also home to a creative laboratory where all the art disciplines converge.
The Arxiu Fotogràfic de Barcelona (AFB) was created to preserve, process, record and disseminate the city's photographic heritage.
The Arxiu Històric de la Ciutat de Barcelona is a research centre that is open to the entire community.
CaixaForum, the Cultural Centre of "La Caixa" Foundation, is housed in one of Barcelona's landmark buildings, the Casaramona textile mill, a jewel of industrial modernista architecture designed by Josep Puig i Cadafalch.
The Casa-Museu Gaudí was built in 1904 as a show house in the Park Güell which was originally designed as a garden-city in Barcelona. Gaudí made it his home, and it still contains some of his personal objects and mementoes.
Nowhere else in Barcelona better encapsulates the city's history, religious art, guilds and the monarchs who governed the city throughout the centuries, than the cathedral.
The Centre d'Art Amatller brings you the first immersive experience dedicated to Catalonia's home-grown art nouveau movement, modernisme, and provides a new insight into the history of Barcelona.
The CCCB is one of the major infrastructures from the 1990s. All its activities focus on the theme of the city and urban phenomena, analysed from every point of view and cultural discipline.
Located in the Port Olímpic, KBr offers a programme of exhibitions featuring the great masters of photography, world-renowned contemporary photographers and important photographic collections from Catalonia.
Located in the Parc de la Ciutadella, this exhibition center is part of the Museu de Ciències Naturals de Barcelona (Museum of Natural Sciences). It displays relevant scientific exhibitions and preserves the historical heritage of the building in which it is located.
El Born Centre de Cultura i Memòria is a unique and exceptional place that brings together three centuries of our history. Below the cast-iron structure of the iconic 19th century marketplace lies the Barcelona of 1700, the prosperous city that suffered the siege of 1714 and that put up an epic and heroic resistance before Catalonia's national liberties were eventually lost, yet to be restored three centuries later.
The Museum of Erotica, on Barcelona's La Rambla, was set up with the clear purpose of providing an educational and recreational centre focusing on eroticism: a classic theme in the history and culture of mankind.