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On Sunday the Museum is open from 10: 00 to 14: 30 hours. Don’t forget that Monday is closed and that if your holiday in Barcelona match on the first Sunday of the month entry is completely free. The price of the tickets is 8.50, we advise you to look at the discounts on the official website of the Museum:. To enjoy this Museum and other attractions in the Park of Montjuic, see apartments that offers Barcelona apartments in Poble Sec or Sants Checkin. The fantastic Zoo Zoo in the city of Barcelona this attraction is located inside the Parque de la Ciudadela. The space is one of the most important in Spain, and has about 400 species, with approximately 7,500 copies on the inside.

For decades, the star of the zoo specifically from 1966 until 2003 was the known snowflake, the only albino Gorilla known to the present. In 2010 a pair of Anteaters has been incorporated into the Barcelona zoo to care for their reproduction, since in recent years the specimens of this species have been declining. Look at the official website of the Zoo at for more information and updates. To access the zoo’s Catalan capital can enter through the door of Wellington Street or by Picasso’s ride. Zoo opens from 10: 00 in the morning to 5 pm Winter hours and 19: 00 h in summer. The ticket to the zoo is for more expensive adults than for children: 15,40 adult, 9,30 EUR children from 3-12 years. Source: Press release sent by mariaflores. Light of the world a book makes history by speaking Benedicto XVI layman in action Pope Benedict XVI named four Bishops for Brazil Papa Benedicto XVI Legalizacion drug won’t decrease violence in Mexico, Catholic analysts say Pope Benedicto XVI Carnet Jove and Valencia CF, the VCF Foundation join forces to offer advantages to young people NEWS LA COSTERA digital newspaper of the coastal news Xativa, Albaida, La Ribera Montage Monday: Stained Glass, La Sagrada Familia Wandering sole

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