The Columbus Monument, 60 meters high, was built to commemorate the triumphant return of navigator Columbus from his first expedition to the Americas in 1492. On top of the monument is a statue of Columbus. Barcelona was the first place to hear Columbus officially announce the discovery of the New World and the description of the strange new world. The majestic cylindrical monument was built entirely of ochre marble with two lines "Glory belongs to Columbus" and "Salute to Columbus". Columbus at the top of the cylinder, made of melted cast iron from cannons in front of Montjayk Castle, is the largest Columbus statue in the world. It shows Columbus's gaze, his right arm pointing to the ocean ahead, and he faces the New World of America. There are five flying goddesses around the center of the pillar, eight huge black lions around the base, inscriptions of Columbus's voyages, and sculptures of King Ferdinand and Queen who supported his expedition at that time. The location of the watchtower is also meaningful. It is the end of Lambra Avenue and the starting point of the port area. It symbolizes the connection between the city centre and the harbour. The reliefs on all sides of the base represent Columbus's discovery of the New World. On the west side of the street is the Queen of Spain's voyage to Columbus; on the north is Columbus's voyage sailing boat, with the words "Columbus dedicated the New World to the Kingdom of Castillia and Leon" on the earth below; on the east, Columbus presented his voyage plan to the bishop; and on the south, Pilar's image of the Virgin. She was the patron saint of the discovery of the New World. Below are the names of the three ships that made their first voyage. Below the monument is the entrance to the Madrid Art Center and a large sculpture depicting Columbus's voyage. The wax museum is opposite the statue in Columbus Square. The lion was ravaged by N kinds of shapes.
Located at the end of Lambra Street near the port of Barcelona, the Columbus Monument was built in 1886 to welcome the Universal Exposition and commemorate Columbus's global journey. The monument is made of ochre marble, about 60 meters high, and the Columbus statue on it is about 7 meters high enough to overlook the beautiful scenery of Barcelona harbour. In 1493, when Columbus returned with high reputation, Barcelona became the first place to hear Columbus announce the discovery of the New World and the depiction of a strange new world. This also made the monument popular and became one of the symbols of Barcelona. The top of the monument has a viewing platform, visitors can take the elevator inside the monument to climb up the top view. The monument is one of Barcelona's most important attractions. There are many tourists in the square. Near the square is the old harbor, and the scenery is very good.
The Mirador de Colom (Columbus Monument) stands on the coast of Barcelona's old port area, Columbus Square. We took the Blue Line Tourist Bus to the Columbus Monument twice. The first night I saw the night view of the monument, and the next afternoon I climbed the top of the monument (3 Euros) and had a good view of the seaside. Columbus Monument is a monument in Barcelona, Spain. It is 60 meters high and the bronze statue of Columbus is 7.2 meters high. It commemorates Christopher Columbus. It is located at the southeast end of Lambra Avenue, where Columbus returned to Spain after his first voyage to the Americas. The monument reminds us that Barcelona is where Christopher Columbus reported to Isabella I and Ferdinand II after his most famous voyage.
Actually, it's more than just looking at the statue of Columbus. Remember to look at the direction of Columbus's finger. Go around here and take a closer look at a building with a Spanish flag hanging next to it. If you go to the Picasso Museum, you will see that Picasso once painted here. The port next to Picasso is very beautiful.
The Columbus Monument, at the end of Lambra Street in Barcelona Port, was built in 1886 to celebrate the Universal Exposition and Columbus's global journey. The Columbus statue on the tall monument looks firm and stares at the distance with its right arm held high. The monument is inscribed with two lines in Spanish "Glory belongs to Columbus" and "Salute to Columbus" and is guarded by eight stone lions around the base, which is very dignified. It is the landmark of the city.
The name of a famous historical book, a brave man who discovered the new continent, opened many new epochs in the distance of his fingers. Today's statues still attract people's attention. On the seashore, the sunny seagulls spread their wings, and some pigeons mingled among them. Walking beside the dock where Columbus had set sail on such a morning, I can't help but imagine.
Not at the end of Lambra Avenue, Barcelona Port. It's very tall and magnificent. It's the center of a turntable. From the sea, it's a landmark coordinate. Straight from Lambra Avenue, it's very momentous. Next to it are tourist commodity shops. It's worth visiting one of the landmarks.
Located at the end of Lambra Street near the port of Barcelona, the Columbus Monument was built in 1886 to welcome the Universal Exposition and commemorate Columbus's global journey. It's the landmark building of the city. It's like an exquisite oil painting to see seagulls flying around freely and sunset sculptures.
It's spectacular to walk along Lambra Avenue on the side of the old city dock, and you can see a free visit to the port next to it. The ocean hall is much smaller than the ocean hall in Dalian, but the abundant traffic is very convenient. It's one of Barcelona's landmark attractions.