The colour and size of the sculpture Barcelona Face make it impossible to miss. Everyone has their own opinion about this piece of public art that has decorated one end of Barcelona's Port Vell since the Olympic era, and blends in with the maritime past and present of one of the city's main leisure areas.
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Horta's Labyrinth Park has the city's oldest conserved garden. Once Neoclassical, with a slightly Italian look, it later adopted a Romantic style.
Every doubt is a labyrinth. Decisions, hypotheses and theories are paths for finding solutions, with every shortcut opening up a new point of view. Think about that as you try to work your way deep into the park’s labyrinth, made from wide, domesticated cypress hedges. If you reach the centre without finding the heart the park will have robbed you of, go and ask Eros where you can get it back. His sculpture stands smack in the middle of the labyrinth. Once you are back in the world, you can face the second challenge: Is this a Neoclassical or Romantic garden?