The Basque capital, Bilbao, is a very industrialised port city. However, it has conserved a particular charm that is revealed in the small alleys of the old city, around the Plaza Nueva, on the right shore of the Nervión river. The Cathedral, the Guggenheim Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Basque Archaeological, Anthropological and Historical Museum compose the main cultural attractions of the ...
The Royal Academy of the Basque Language that looks over Plaza Nueva is a beautiful example of Belle Époque architecture.
The 'Maman' sculpture by Louise Bourgeois and the 'Arc Rouge' by Daniel Buren are two examples of artistic revival in Bilbao.
This building conceived and designed by Frank Gehry symbolises the shipbuilding industry through its shape and the materials used.
This huge sculpture of a West Highland White Terrier covered with flowers proudly stands before the Guggenheim. It has become a mascot for Bilbao.
The promenade lines the Nevion river, which is spanned by the Zubizuri bridge designed by architect Santiago Calavatra.
Built in 1902, the Concordia station is a unique example of the Art Nouveau style. It is part of Bilbao's Belle Époque heritage.
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