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An old fortress, used as such until the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), and to be found at the top of the Montjuïc Mountain. Built in 1694.
It's a great walk to get up to this castle. It's a very important piece of history for Catalunya. The Borbonic Spanish kings put it up in the XVIII century after invading Catalunya. By that time, the Spanish exercised a terrible repression against Catalan people who either suffered or left in…
Un Montjuic you will find The Camp Nou, botanical parcs, bars and the greatest views of Barcelona.
I love the views from this point, over the city and also over the port. It's not necessary to access the castle, although i really like it
one of the best places in Barcelona with relax vibe, drink, eat and enjoy the view.
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