MIES VAN DER ROHE PAVILION

Mies van de Rohe Pavilion by BBB - Jardinets Guest House

Mies van de Rohe Pavilion by BBB – Jardinets Guest House

The symbolic work of the Modern Movement has inspired several generations of architects. It was designed by Mies van der Rohe as the German pavilion for Universal Expo of 1929. Constructed of glass, travertine and marble, it was dismantled in 1930 but its meaning and recognition of the figure of the architect asked to reconsider this decision and finally in 1986 it was rebuilt in its original location.

This year 2013, there will be an exhibition about this pavilion and about the 25 years of modern and contemporary architecture.

The Pavilion is little bit hidden and its even possible that you’ve walked by without noticing. The exact location is the Avenida Francesc Ferrer i Guardia 7, just before you can climb the stairs to the Magic Fountain in Montjuic. Admission fee is € 4.50

In our Guest House we can help you to find it easy and fast!

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ACCOMMODATION IN BARCELONA CITY CENTER, SPAIN Our Bed and Breakfasts are situated in the best area of the amazing city of Barcelona, close to most of the important touristic attractions. We aim to give you a relaxed stay in one of our Guest Houses by providing comfortable accommodation at an affordable price and cordial service. You'll find our Bed and Breakfasts in beautiful buildings of the Catalan modernistic style. Their beautiful interiors contribute to the warm and charming stay at our Bed and Breakfast, just what you need after a busy day of sightseeing. Each morning you will enjoy our delicious self-service breakfast buffet that will get you ready for a day full of activities. Whatever your purpose is to visit Barcelona, we will do our best to make your stay a pleasant one!
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