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The silence of this space is very different to all the shouting that used to get done many Sunday afternoons in the area.
Ptge Ricard Zamora 5 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
It is a large multipurpose space with outdoor auditoriums, between the Fòrum building esplanade and the sea.
Pl Fòrum 1 (Sant Martí)
These gardens are named after the three imposing chimneys of the old La Canadenca power plant.
Av Paral.lel 49 (Sants-Montjuïc)
This green space, highly popular with local residents, is not just a park but also a thoroughfare and a square.
C Miguel Hernández 16 (Nou Barris)
This green space is the result of the urbanisation of what is popularly known as the Torrent de les Monges.
C Ràfols 10 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
These gardens, part of what was once the estate of Dr Josep Castelló i Galvany, are noted for their elegance and the variety of species they contain.
Freixa 56 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
These gardens on the sea-facing slope of the Collserola range are among the few left in Barcelona that bear witness to the stately gardens of the late 19th century.
C Can Caralleu 6*14 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
What was the Montjuïc Amusement Park for over 30 years are now a large green space covered with luxuriant and typically Mediterranean vegetation.
Pl Dante 9999 (Sants-Montjuïc)
A tranquil place, a world apart, where the only sounds you can hear are the chirping of birds and splash of water flowing from the ornamental fountains.
Av Estadi 69 (Sants-Montjuïc)
The Jardins de La Tamarita are a living example of a private garden that has become a public space and public heritage.
Pg Sant Gervasi 47*49 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)