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LA NOVA CANÇÓ, THE PEOPLE’S VOICE

Nova Cançó became, in the 1960s, the voice of the Catalan Countries. While the dictatorship of Francisco Franco subjects the country to severe repression and imposes a harsh persecution of its own language. This artistic movement projects its struggle to the world as an exemplary model of the commitment of the singers of a community…

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GROUPS GUIDED VISITS

Discover the Museum in a different way A group visit to discover this unique facility and understand the importance of tourism in different areas such as the social, cultural or economic arena. The route will explain each of the rooms of the Museum and interpret the contents in order to create debate and interest for…

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PATUFET, ON ETS? AURELI CAPMANY (1868-1954)

Aureli Capmany Farrés Aureli Capmany Farrés was born in Barcelona on 26 February 1868 in the former Joan de Montjuïc Street in the Born district, the son of a couple newly arrived in the city who ran a basket store and workshop. His father, Pau Capmany, came from Rubí while his mother, Maria Farrés, was…

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TEMPORAL EXHIBITION: “Women: fictions and realities”

EXHIBITION TEMPORAL “Women: fictions and realities is an exhibition that sets out to expose a historical interference which is still present in women’s lives: the conflictive, awkward and complex relation between the regulatory models of femininity, propagated by the audiovisual media with mass audiences, and their own realities, constructed under the pressure of sexism and…

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