The original room dates back to and was the work of Pere Llobet, but few elements from this remain, as it has undergone many reforms over its 7-year history. This dance art form is exotic, sensual and passionate in its style Mejzac The show was one of the best I have seen. In Catalan: Sundays at , and In English: Sundays at
The origin of the construction of this room is quite interesting, because it was designed so that Queen Maria Cristina could have a space where she could drink tea with her friends, and so she went there from the hotel on La Rambla where she used to stay. On each side of the entrance there are two sculptures, one of Rei Jaume I and the other of his adviser Joan Fiveller. There is a tourist office on the ground floor of the building.
The Room of the Chronicles This area was reformed in , and highlights include the paintings on the walls and ceilings by the Catalan artist Josep Maria Sert. This magnificent Gothic-style chamber is included on the Barcelona City Hall tour. In Catalan: Sundays at , and
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Find and book online priority entrance tickets and guided tours with English speaking guides. Chills guaranteed! An entire hour passed very quickly. It is however an extraordinary and economic way to make a first connection with its main tourist attractions, without stress, at its own pace I just loved it and went to see it twice. The neoclassic façade During the major reform of the Plaça de Sant Jaume the neoclassic façade was constructed, which is now the main façade of the city hall. Group Visits We recommend making a reservation in advance for group visits, by calling the following telephone numbers: The current City Hall building started with the construction of the Saló de Cent in the midth century. The gallery, crowned with various gargoyles from the 16th century, has a series of sustained arches and on one of the columns you can actually see the date etched in roman numerals, MDLXXVII This dance art form is exotic, sensual and passionate in its style Mejzac The show was one of the best I have seen.
The Gothic Gallery Situated on the first floor, the Gothic Gallery is visible from the courtyard as soon as you walk into the building. Historically speaking, the city's first form of government was the Consell de Cent, or Council of the One Hundred, which used to meet in the Great Hall, the Saló de Cent, from until it was dissolved in On each side of the entrance there are two sculptures, one of Rei Jaume I and the other of his adviser Joan Fiveller.
Guided Tours In Spanish: Sundays at and This magnificent Gothic-style chamber is included on the Barcelona City Hall tour. He wanted to represent an allegory of Catalunya, using the exploits of the Almogàvares who fought under the command of Roger de Flor.