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Dona i Ocell ([ˈdɔ.nə i uˈseʎ], "Woman and Bird") is a 22-metre high sculpture by Joan Miró located in the Parc Joan Miró in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The sculpture was covered in tiles by the artist's collaborator Joan Gardy Artigas. The sculpture is part of an artwork trilogy commissioned from Miró to welcome visitors to Barcelona.
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A nice park to visit with your pets and family. Take care as some bushes are the bathrooms of drunk people.
I went to this park when I was little and spent hours there. Clean a beautiful park.
Currently being renovated. ..but its ok
While quite a bit of the park had upgrades happening at the time of our visit, this is a different way to see a great Miro sculpture while enjoying a lovely park. The library is also worth checking out and there are many nearby attractions to make this worthwhile.
Ample space for all sorts of uses. May not be worth a visit on its own but the Miro statue is significant. Great setup of installations for children from 1 to 10 years old. Huge rope pyramid. The park has also space for dogs and a public library. The lagoon is always dry lately.
Calling it park is ambitious. There is almost no green, just a few trees. It's more like a dirt square than a park, it's quite depressing. I'm not sure if it's just a temporary thing because they are going to re-plant stuff, but as it is now it's definitely not worth a visit... 🙄
Is very good park to bring childrens and also good for young people and also have some rides
Great place for kids to have fun and adults to find some shade to sit in