The National Palace of Barcelona, located on a hill beside the Spanish Square, is Barcelona's most famous building. Together with the Catalonia National Museum of Art, the National Palace displays a large number of Spanish historical, economic, literary, artistic and other exhibits. It is one of the attractions that Barcelona must visit.
Among the arches, the Guer family badge, cast by iron art, is extraordinary in style. The parabolic vault design of the central hall is ingenious, and the vault and columns are obviously influenced by the Alhambra Palace. Various chimneys are the ancestors of many bold chimneys designed by Gaudi. Gaudi's favorite chinaware collage method is also the first large-scale application here. The curves of the stairs zigzag around the floors. The ingenious use of wall tiles has produced unexpected expressive force, making the stables a novel masterpiece.
The National Palace was built for the 1929 International Exhibition. It is situated on the Jewish Mountains. The scenery is infinitely good. Nearly visible are two minarets almost the same as St. Mark's Square in Venice, and far away are the Sacred Heart Cathedral on Mount Tibbidabo. Compared with the beautiful scenery outside, the exhibition inside is unexpectedly wonderful, absolutely worth the money!
This is the largest museum in the area, abbreviated as MNAC. The pavilion, which was rebuilt by the Palau Nacional, was originally built for the 1929 World Expo. It is located at the end of Queen Maria Christina Avenue on Mount Monjayk, trying to show Catalonia's art history in an all-round way. On the one hand, the exhibits cover the millennium from Roman art to the mid-20th century. On the other hand, they cover masterpieces of various categories, including sculpture, oil painting, handicraft, painting exercises, prints, posters, photographs and coins. The rich Roman and Gothic artistic relics in the area construct the key points and highlights of the collection, while a small number of foreign exhibits are added to the Gothic art section to illustrate the artistic features of Catalonia. Photographing the architecture of the National Museum of Art in the sunset is very spectacular and beautiful. The inside of the building is free of charge. You need to buy tickets to enjoy the works of art. Let's go in and see the architecture. It's very spectacular and beautiful! __________
To visit the National Palace, apart from the rich works of art displayed in the museum, the whole architectural appearance is also a very beautiful scenic spot. It takes a little bit of energy to walk, but when you get to your destination, you can see Barcelona's scenic spots from above. The scenery is very beautiful.
The National Palace is an important part of Catalonia's National Museum of Art. Its architecture is magnificent and magnificent. The collection of works of art makes many art enthusiasts forget to return. There is also a famous outdoor lighting fountain, which is one of Barcelona's landmark attractions.