For the ancient Egyptians, Pharaoh embodied Egypt at all levels, especially in the symbolic. He was a god-king who guaranteed the harmony of the universe, of which he was responsible as "son of Re", living incarnation of Osiris and guarantor of the will of a very long list of Egyptian, male and female divinities.
The Museum of the History of Catalonia proposes a new musical tour under summer nights on the museum's terrace, located opposite the Old Port, with the cycle "100% Jazz, a century of history" and a total of six performances to discover the roots of jazz.
Winning piece of the Ciutat de Barcelona 2017 award, is an approach to the well tempered Clavecí of J. S. Bach created by María Muñoz and represented throughout the world. He arrives at the courtyard of Casa Elizalde with the reinterpretation of Italian dancer and creator Federica Porello.
Since mid-February, the Joan Miró Foundation has hosted the Beehave exhibition, a unique show composed of immersive assemblies around the world of bees and pollen insects. Now, as of March 15, this project opens up in the city with a stimulating range of actions by a dozen artists, aimed at discussing the coexistence of citizens with bees and highlighting the The environmental impact of the decline of these insects.
Every Saturday, the walls of les Drassanes are dressed in blue.
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