Giants, human castles (castellers), craft markets, fairs... Check out the calendar of the most deeply rooted popular and traditional acts, learn about the manifestations of popular culture and search the entities involved.
Discover the memory programmes that are aimed at preserving, conveying, publishing and ensuring the use of the ethical and political heritage made up from the past in all its forms and manifestations.
An interactive map showing important sites for Barcelona’s democratic memory which feature signs in public spaces explaining episodes linked to the struggle for freedom and equality.
Find out about the wide range of festa majors taking place in Barcelona’s districts and neighbourhoods and enjoy them.
Housed in the former Born Market building, this centre encourages and promotes reflection on local and national memory as well as global events, through encounters, debates and areas dedicated to learning and exhibitions.
Consult the wreaths laid along the Rambla that have been catalogued and digitised by the Museu d'Història i l'Arxiu Municipal. The aim is to preserve the memory of the public response and to explain to future generations the solidarity action that occurred in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks.
This magazine provides a voice for reflection and debate on the challenges of the global city and urban transformations which affect the lives of local people.
Find out about the various themed routes, guided tours and proposed trips available for exploring the wealth and diversity of Barcelona’s urban landscape.
Many of Barcelona's neighbourhoods still preserve the spirit of the past in squares, cloisters and passages. Discover the city’s main charming spots.
The Communal Photographic Collection is a collaborative local residents’ project, to reconstruct the neighbourhood’s graphic on a website. The project represents a window to la Barceloneta’s memory and history.