We took a 1 hour guided tour, the guide was very knowledgeable and keen to share information. Its easy to miss this place, as its hidden in the Gothic quarter. Fantastic to see the light effects and t...
The second architectural megahit by Luis Domenech y Montaner.
After visiting the hospital of Sao Pau, the visit to the Palace of Catalan music was a foregone conclusion. The style of Luis Domenech y Montaner does not leave anyone indifferent. UNESCO in 1997 equa...
This place is amazing! If you are exploring El Gotic or El Born, you have to stop in and see it. You could do it in under an hour if you're trying to see many things in one day, but I'd recommend givi...
We only visited this building as part of a tour of Barcelona and didn't see a concert inside (although if we had more time then I would have) just the external and the main entrance way. There are...
Cataloni Palace - Putting flowers into the music box / hc /
Barcelona because of Gaudi's architecture is magical, and Gaud's teacher Louis Domenech Montaner designed the Cathay The Palace of Music in Ronia has pushed the citys girlish heart to the extreme. The Catalan Music Palace is also known as one of the most beautiful concert halls in Europe and is the pinnacle of modernism in the history of architecture.
The most eye-catching is the huge colored glass inverted dome directly above the music hall. The entire glass mosaic dome transitions from cool to warm, and the shape gradually rises from the plane into a drop like a rising sun. general. This also made her the only music hall in Europe that was illuminated by natural light during the day, allowing the sun to participate in the music.
The large glass curtain wall around the concert hall brings ample light to the concert hall. The beautiful pattern on the curtain wall echoes the glass dome, making the whole hall like a beautiful kaleidoscope. The
building is full of rich details, and the natural elements of plants and flowers are everywhere. On the double-column gallery, the hand-made mosaic "Baihua Forest" is full of colors. The red and white rose that was "embroidered" on the ceiling decorated the concert hall into a sea of roses, and the wavy ceiling conveyed the sound waves to each seat. Domenech used architecture to depict an epic story and cleverly took into account the acoustic requirements of the concert hall.
The Catalunya Music Palace is a poetic and gorgeous musical imagination. Domenech puts the beauty of nature in this box that makes wonderful music, so that the eyes and ears of the audience are bathed in poetry. Dream world.
There are several ways to visit the concert hall:
1, experience a performance in person, depending on the performance schedule, most of the performances are in the evening.
2, Guide Tour (with Thai, Spanish, Italian, French, English to choose from). Through the tour, you can learn a lot about the details and stories of the Palace of Music. The focus is on entering the museum during the day and feeling the music hall in the sun.
3, a free-to-air tour that is open for a limited period of three, eight, eight, and nine months a year. You can book tickets on the official website, and you can freely take photos in the music palace without following the commentator.
Barcelona's super dreamy Catalunya Music Palace, where the photos are super beautiful~
🧡 In addition to Anthony Gaudi ( Antonio Gaudi), Lluís Domènech i Montaner is also my favorite architect. He also has 2 World Heritage buildings in Barcelona. Today, he first shares his first bag. Architectural work: Palau de la Música Catalana (Selected World Heritage in 1997).
🧡The music palace is very beautifully decorated, with bright colors and mosaic style (Barcelona is more than Gaudi's exquisite mosaic). The facade is richly decorated with a variety of elements, including traditional Spanish and Arabic elements. .
🧡Visit the music palace and recommend the tour guide during the day. Unfortunately, there is no Chinese. First, enter the music palace, first watch a video, introduce the history of the music palace, etc., read the introduction, the original Lang Lang also used to Performed here.
🧡The balcony on the second floor and the stairs of the Music Palace are very nice places to take pictures. The tour guide will guide the tourists to visit the various parts of the Music Palace.
The most eye-catching part of the music palace is the music hall. The entire roof of the hall is decorated with red and white roses made of ceramic. Each column is decorated with a disc-shaped stigma at the top. The peacock tail feather pattern is blooming like a flower. Fortunately, if you encounter a rehearsal, you can sit down and listen to a performance.
1. Have time to watch a wonderful music performance at night and buy tickets in advance on the official website. You can choose a seat on the website, which is more cost-effective than visiting a tour guide.
2. The balcony on the second floor and the concert hall on the third floor are the focus of shooting!
3. A guided tour every half hour, cost 18 euros, in English, Spanish and Catalan. The guided tour takes 1 hour and will take you to all corners of the Palace of Music.
Known as one of the most beautiful concert halls in Europe, the Palau de la Musica is the pinnacle of modernism in architectural history.
You must participate in the Guide Tour to visit the Music Palace and you cannot visit it yourself. The Guide Tour runs every half hour and is available in a variety of languages. There is no Chinese. The
music palace began in 1905 and was completed in 1908. In just three years, such a beautiful building was built. It is extremely efficient compared to the Sagrada Familia, which seems to be built forever. .
The girls heart-breaking building also attracted a lot of film and television dramas and advertisements, such as the Meteor Garden we are most familiar with.
Transportation: Metro red and yellow line Urquinaona station; bus V15, V17, 45; City Tours bus Parada 2
Built in 1905-1908, the Palau de la Musica is a world-class cultural heritage site with the Sao Paulo Hospital designed by Domanic and is now a long-standing concert hall for the Barcelona Orchestra. The gorgeous concert hall combines music, nature and religious elements. The external heads are Beethoven, Bach, Haydn, etc. (although not clearly shown). You can enter the tour guide or enter the concert. When I played Mozart Requiem at night, it only started at nine o'clock, and I thought about giving up.
Colourful mosaic decorative columns are beautiful, and the dome of the concert hall inlaid with stained glass is dazzling. Behind the stage are several statues of Muse.
The Palau de la Música Catalana and the Hospital de Sant Pau, are two of the finest contributions to Barcelona's architecture by the Catalan art nouveau architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner they were jointly inscribed to UNESCO's World Heritage Sites in 1997. The Palau de la Música Catalana is an exuberant steel-framed structure full of light and space, and decorated by many of the leading designers of the day.