1905 to 1908 was the year the construction of a magnificent concert hall called the Palau de la Musica Catalana in Spain, in the street Carrer de Sant Francesc de Paula, the city of Barcelona, known as La Ribera. This magnificent concert hall in 1909 was awarded as an architectural building with the best in the city of Barcelona. In 1982 to 1989 this building was renovated and improved, and in 1997 Palau de la Musica Catalana inaugurated as UNESCO World Heritage Site, but the tower was renovated and enhanced with additional beautiful decor back in 2006 until 2008. This hall then used as a place of symphonic music to jazz performances and Cançó.
Palau de la Musica Catalana become one of the interesting sights in Barselona, because it has a modern design with a dynamic shape, magnificent decor, has a variety of flowers and organic motifs are attached to the Vestibule, stairs, porch and interior and exterior that surrounds it. The site of this building combines Spanish and Arabic arsitekektur buildings that produce luxury and artistic beauty. This magnificent hall has also been much visited by many famous singers in the world, and maybe you too will become part of those who have seen the beauty of the architecture of Palau de la Musica Catalana.