Canódrom


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Barcelona, Spain

Overview:

The Canidomo Meridiana is a building located in Barcelona in the District of San Andrés (Barcelona), originally dedicated to the race of greyhounds. The building was built by architects Antoni Bonet and Josep Puig and opened in 1964. It was a meeting point for residents of the Congress neighborhood and La Sagrera during the years it was operational, until the closure of its activities in 2006. Due to its architectural uniqueness, it was listed as the city’s architectural heritage.

In 2010 the building passed into municipal hands. The track was converted into a park and the building into a Creative Research Park since March 2016.