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With more than 48 models from the Gothic, Romanesque and Modernism or the most modern infrastructures. The Sagrada Familia, Monserrat, Camp Nou, Rupit Columbus Monument, will transport you through the geography of the province of Barcelona.

Sagrada Familia

Work started by the architect Antonio Gaudí.

Year: 1884
Anecdote: Still unfinished.

Milá House (La Pedrera)

Work of the architect Antonio Gaudí, located on the Passeig de Gracia in Barcelona.

Year: 1906-1910
Anecdote: the stone facade represents the waves of the sea.

Christopher Columbus Monument

Made on the occasion of the universal exhibition.

Year: 1.888
Anecdote: inside the column there is an elevator that allows you to go up to the semi-sphere.

Monastery of Montserrat

Located at the height of 720 meters from the sea.

Anecdote: the legend places the discovery of the image of the Virgin of Montserrat around 880.

Rupit Village

Historical complex declared of tourist interest.

Anecdote: famous for its living nativity scenes and its suspension bridge.


With more than 16 models you will visit the province of Girona, highlighting the Costa Brava and its beaches as well as the Mountain area with the ski resorts of the Pyrenees.

Sant Pere de Roda

Pre-romanesque monastery

Year: 878-1022
Anecdote: With an exceptional view over the bay of Llança and Port de la Selva.

Cathedral Santa María of Girona

Artistic historical monument

Anecdote: it is the widest Gothic nave in the world and the staircase consists of 90 steps.

Banyoles Lake

Natural lake of tourist interest

Anecdote: it is the largest natural lake in Catalonia.

Galatea Tower (Dalí Museum)

Year: Inauguration of the museum 1974
Anecdote: the facade is lined with bread.


With more than 22 models we represent this province and you can see the Romanesque complex of the Vall de Boi, highlight the Pyrenees and ski resorts.

Vall de Boí

Romanesque complex of great tourist interest.

Anecdote: I declare a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Seu Vella de Lleida

It was built in the Romanesque style although its vaults are Gothic.

Year: XIII century
Anecdote: until 1948 it was a military barracks.

University of Cervera

Construction began following a baroque line (main façade), and the second stage was dominated by the neoclassical style (interior façade).

Year: 1718-1740


With more than 18 models we will see on the walk from the Roman complex of Tarraco to the petrochemical industry, its cathedral and highlight its Costa Dorada.

Tarragona Cathedral

Started in the Romanesque style and finished in the Gothic style.

Year: 1.170-1.331

Castell de la Suda de Tortosa 

Anecdote: The current castle dates back to the first settlers of Tortosa, and the houses that are attached to it are the part of the city that was built first, protected by the fortress that serves as its rear guard.

Santes Creus Monastery

Anecdote: it is a 12th century Cistercian abbey.

Poblet monastery

It belongs to the Cistercian route

Year: 1.149
Anecdote: there are located real grave numbers of the Catalan monarchy.


Antoni Gaudí i Cornet (1852-1926), as an outstanding architect of Catalan modernism, WE DEDICATE THIS SPACE TO HIM, His work is reproduced with the fidelity and appreciation he deserves. In the park you can see the models of the works carried out in Catalonia as well as the buildings of the rest of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands.

El Capricho Building

One of the first buildings by the architect Antonio Gaudí

Year: 1883- 1885

Botines House

Neoclassical building with modernist influences

Year: 1891-1894

Mallorca Cathedral

The liturgical restoration was carried out by the architect Antoni Gaudí.

Year: 1,229-1,346

Güell park

Year: 1900-1914
Anecdote: in 1984 it is declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Batlló House

Modernist building that is located on the Paseo de Gracia in Barcelona.
Year: 1904-1906
Anecdote: The roof simulates the back of a dragon with scales


The models that we expose are built in the miniature workshops of Catalonia, on a scale of 1.25 and 1.33, the material used initially was wood, since 1990 polyurethane was used, with different densities.