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This spacious and sunny park, organised around a large sculpture, is an outstanding example of land art.
It would be impossible to describe this park without mentioning the art it contains. The main entrance on C/ Almogàvers is flanked by two very tall, white, ceramic walls, which are bounded by the long, very gentle and grassy slopes found on both sides. They provide an observation point for seeing the whole park in perspective.
Small, wooden-beam paths make it easier for visitors to walk up. Ceramics re-appear in two further guises, two sculptures that determine the layout of the park and are its undisputed main attractions. One of these, close to the old railway station building, is a large, blue ceramic facade that extends over the grass, entitled Cel caigut (Fallen Sky). The other, full of lime trees and entitled Espiral arbrada (Tree-lined Spiral), is further on, by the bridge on C/ Sardenya where the first part of the park ends. It is worth going up there to see the sculptures.
Accessible for people with physical disabilities
Tots els dies
de 10:00 h a 22:30 h
- Carrer de Nàpols, 70
- el Fort Pienc