Poble Espanyol is an outdoor museum situated in the mountain of Montjuic. It was built in 1929 for the International Exhibition celebrated that year in the city. The idea was from the catalan architect Josep Puig I Cadalfalch. The area of the museum is 42.000 m² and they are represented several buildings and streets from different Spanish cities.
It was conceived like a town for gather the principal characteristics of the towns of Spain.
Nowadays “el Pueblo Español” has representative buildings of 15 Spanish Autonomic Communities. It has art collections of Miró, Dalí and Picasso in the Fran Daurel Museum. There they are also discos and theatres for enjoying.