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The conference is in the district of El Poblenou which is Catalan for new village. It is an extensive neighborhood that borders the Mediterranean sea to the south. Once this neighborhood was an industrial area but has since been renovated and many artists and professionals have converted the former factories and warehouses into lofts, galleries, and shops. Rambla de Poblenou, which stretches from Avinguda Diagonal to the beach, is the main commercial street. Barcelona. For public transport get Metro line 1 stations Marina, Glòries or Metro line 4 stations Selva de Mar, Poblenou, Llacuna, Bogatell or Trambesòs stations Glòries, Ca l'Aranyó, Pere IV, Fluvià
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