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Poble Espanyol is a walled village on the slopes of Montjuic overlooking Barcelona and a short walk from Placa d'Espanya. It was created in 1929 for the Barcelona International Exhibition to display various styles of Spanish architecture, art and traditional craftwork. Today Poble Espanyol contains more than 40 artisan workshops as well as bars, restaurants and exhibitions. Visitors can see glass blowers, potters, leather workers and jewellery makers at work whilst viewing the art galleries or the sculpture garden.
Poble Espanyol also houses the Tablao de Carmen Flamenco Show, and entry to the village is included with tickets for the show.
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