Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona
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The CCCB is a public institution created in 1994 to foster debate and cultural activity around the city and other key aspects of contemporary societies. Located in the heart of the old city of Barcelona, where it has made a considerable contribution towards the revitalisation of the area, the CCCB is both deeply rooted in its local district and concerned with modernity and global issues. It presents major thematic exhibitions, organizes debates, conference series and research on urban issues and current affairs, and hosts literature, dance, music and independent video festivals.
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Housed in the former almshouse, the Casa de la Caritat, the CCCB is a space for creation and research as well as the dissemination of, and debate on contemporary culture, where the visual arts, literature, philosophy, film, music, transmedia activity and the performing arts are interconnected in an…
The best contemporary social culture Museum in the city. Very interesting exhibitions. I recommend to do something different to the main touristic atractions in the city. There are many alternative ways to enjoy it!
For its modern expositions and its legendary skate spot with the top wolrld' s skaters praticing every day
El Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona es uno de los museos más modernos y visitados de la ciudad. Situado en el Raval, tiene como temática principal la ciudad y la cultura urbana. Basa su éxito en la calidad, un cierto eclecticismo, una atención a un amplio abanico de públicos y una…
Modern art museum. The CCCB is a multidisciplinary institution with a programme that features exhibitions, debates, festivals, concerts, film, courses, workshops etc.
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