“La Plannessen is a place where the people and the art make it possible.
I hope that this mural nodular gives people the chance to visit a different part of Catalonia and learn about the city’s history.
I am looking forward to this project,” said Jordi Mestre, the artist behind the mural nodulus.
“I hope that the mural is a reminder of how Barcelona is connected to its surroundings.
I believe that these pictures speak of a city that is constantly changing.
The whole world is a part of Barcelona.”
The mural nodulule is being installed on the side of a building at the corner of Mar de La Paz and El Arques in the city centre.
The murals are part of a campaign to encourage people to visit the city, a historic part of the region, and to experience the sights and sounds of the city.
La PlANNessen is the Catalan word for “plains”, which is the place where Barcelona is situated, the Catalan language.
In a city of just over a million people, there are over 50,000 public art murals in Barcelona.
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