The Poble Espanyol is an outside structural gallery in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, around 400 meters from the Fountains of Montjuïc. Worked for the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition, the historical center comprises of 117 full-scale structures, which reproduce an Iberian town. It likewise contains a theater, eateries, craftsman workshops and a gallery of contemporary workmanship. In spite of the fact that it was intended to be decimated when the International Exhibition was finished, the historical center was safeguarded on account of its awesome achievement. The reproduced town still contains the bouleds, squares and exteriors of the diverse territories of Spain.
The town has a wide range of occasions including gastronomic celebrations, shows in summer, Flamenco appears, private occasions, for example, weddings, and youngsters' exercises. The Poble Espanyol shows more than 30 craftsman’s who routinely work inside the town influencing blown to glass, calfskin, earthenware production, adornments, covers, containers, and Spanish guitars.