Travelog

FROM The man in the front seat / March 30, 2014

City of Arts and Sciences (Valencia)

Situated in the old Turia riverbed, which was drained and re-routed when it flooded in 1957, is the massive 350,000m² City of Arts and Sciences. More than 4 million people pass through each, a figure that in Spain is only surpassed by the Prado Museum in Madrid. Designed by architects Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candala, the project was begun in July 1991 and the last component, The Queen Sofia Palace of the Arts (El Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia), opened on October 8 2005. The Buildings L’Hemisferic Was the […]

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