University of Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

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  • As part of my master's degree on the line, I had to receive face-to-face classes in Barcelona on the campus of the UPF de Balmes, top-notch teachers, excellent facilities, but the really beautiful thing, is if library on the sea campus, worth visiting.
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  • I study at UPF and I'm charmed by the university campus. There are several around the city, study at the Poblenou, where there is an attached museum and a beautiful garden. Besides the modern construction. The Campus de la Ciutadella, has a wonderful library all of bricks and a high right foot, reminiscent of the film Harry Potter.
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  • The UPF campus is publicly accessable and worth a visit. Situated in the Vila Olímpica neighbourhood, next to Ciutadella Park and Barcelona Zoo, it was set up in this area as a result of the urban regeneration that came to the city in the wake of the Olympic Games, and breathed new life into three historical buildings that had fallen into disuse. Two of these three buildings, known as Jaume I and Roger de Llúria, owe their origin to the military barracks constructed in 1887. The third, the Dipòsit de les Aigües, had been built some years before and inaugurated in 1880 to regulate the flow of water to the waterfall in Ciutadella park and irrigate the gardens. Designed by architect Josep Fontserè the construction is identical to a Roman prototype, comprising a maze of 14-metre-high parallel arches, which intersect in a barrel vault and spread out with a mirror effect along its 65 metres. Antoni Gaudí, then a young architecture student, contributed to the project by doing the calculations for the support elements. Now transformed into a public library with enormous reading rooms for students. No public WiFi unless you have a student account. The cafeteria sells resonable food at bargain prices.
  • This place is like getting a dub in Fortnite first times is exciting but then gets usual and you wanna buy new skins so when you win you get better and bet
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