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The green grounds of Barcelona's Parc de Pedralbes (Parc de Pedralbes) surround the romantic palace of the same name. The park is amazing with diversity, you can find citrus trees, eucalyptus trees, cypresses and even bamboos. Sculptures and fountains have been incorporated into the greenery. The most valuable objects are the parabolic pergola and the Hercules Fountain, designed by Gaudi.
Tourists visiting the park can visit as many as three museums that are located in the local palace, these are: the Ceramics Museum (Museu de Ceramica), the Museum of Decorative Arts (Museu de les Arts Decoratives) and the Museum of Fabrics and Costumes (Museu Textil and d'Indumentaria) .
The park was designed by Marie Nicolau Rubio and Carles Buïgas. The design refers to the style of English and French gardens. The area of the park is over 7 hectares, which makes it one of the largest areas of this type in the city.