Avinguda Marquès de Comillas, 13
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El Poble Espanyol, situated in the Montjuïc Mountain, is a village which includes replicas of famous buildings and monuments from all over Spain. All the buildings and streets are built to scale and are representative of each autonomous region in Spain.

This village was built in 1929 and is a collection of 117 of the most typical buildings and monuments in Spain. The reconstruction includes the famous walls of Ávila, the suburbs of Extremadura, the main square in Aragon, the typical streets in Andalusia and Pyrenean churches.

The Spanish Village is also great for those who come alive at night, with a variety of restaurants, shows and nightclubs to choose from. You will also be able to buy handcrafts designed and created on-site.

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