Born Cultural Centre
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Centro cultural con actividades diversas. Yacimiento de 1700. Salas de exposiciones. Cafetería y librería.
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They were digging to improve the market but accidentally run into some ruins. Now its a place to go see how Barcelona was way back when.
ROUTE A - El Born, Centro Cultural (22 minutes walk distance from home / 4 minutes walk distance from El Zoológico) Under the structure of an emblematic market with iron architecture of the 19th century, the archaeological site of 1700 Barcelona is found, which is unique in Europe.
Don't miss to visit antique ruins of Barcelona here! Super must!
Check how the city was like before through the archeological excavations that they discovered below this former supermarket.
El Born CCM is a space created for the city to encourage and promote the remembrance of local and national events, as well as those affecting communities around the world. El Born CCM is housed in a building that was formerly El Born market, which opened in 1876.
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