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El Museo Marítimo de Barcelona se encuentra ubicado en el edificio de las Atarazanas Reales de Barcelona. Las atarazanas fueron un espacio dedicado a la construcción naval entre los siglos XIII y XVIII, cuya existencia está documentada desde el año 1243.
From Avenida de les Drassanes the nice café terrace with a pond with turtles is hardly visible.
If you are into boats, you will enjoy this museum. I personally prefer to frequent their cafe which is located on the "backside" of the main museum entrance. Enjoy a coffee or drink in a sunken cobblestone courtyard complete with a small fountain, fish, and orange trees. A lovely place to be cool…
It is a lovely interesting museum, with a beautiful patio full of orange trees and even a fountain, where one can have café, a drink, or lunch in the lovely restaurant. It is just around the corner from my flat.
Following major renovation works, Barcelona’s dockyards, declared a Historic-Artistic Monument in 1976, look better than ever. The Maritime Museum is responsible for preserving, studying and publicising one of the most important collections of maritime heritage in the Mediterranean. Worth a look…
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