Passeig de Sant Joan, 26
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This is Barcelona’s first library, opened in 1895 after the death of journalist and Freemason Rossend Arús, who donated his house and collection. Today it’s a research center that works on social movements. The library looks like a museum, and is accessed through an impressive staircase. There’s a replica of the Statue of Liberty at the entrance. The building was constantly on watch during the Franco regime due to its connection with the Freemason world. Rumor has it that the library has several secret doors leading out of the building.
Nice walking path suitable for running and it also has a lots of playgrounds for children
This long avenue connect Gracia with the rest of the city untill the Arc de Trionf. The "passeig" is a lovely walk between trees, kid parks, senyors playing tipical "petanga". Deep Barcelona!
Important avenue goes across Tetuán Square, ends in the emblematic Arc of Triumph. Avenida importante que atraviesa la famosa Plaza Tetuán y termina en el emblemático Arco del Triunfo.