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An important part of the contemporary art spaces of the city are located around the emblematic Ramblas, contributing for this area to be of the most effervescents of Barcelona.
Historically, we can find the germ of Barcelona gallerism in the Gothic neighbourhood, beginning in the XIX century with exhibitions in the Sala Parés, still open at carrer Petritxol.
Since the establishment of MACBA and CCCB in 1995, the Raval neighbourhood has undergone one of the major transformations that have taken place in Barcelona, attracting all kinds of cultural industries, businesses and schools of art.