Parc de Joan Miró is the lungs of Barcelona, four blocks of open space, pathways, pergolas, pines and evergreen oaks as designed by a group of young architects headed by Beth Galí in 1979. It's known locally as Parc de l"Escorxador, the old municipal slaughterhouse that stood on the site. Be sure to visit Miró's 22-meter-high (70 feet) monumental sculpture Dona i Ocell (Woman and Bird) on the paved upper level of the park.
Parc de Joan Miró, Barcelona, Spain
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