- Here, the Ramblas grows wider and carries on all the way down to the sea. At the very end, you will see the statue of Columbus atop his high pillar, pointing to the New World. The name of this section comes from an ancient convent that is used as the base of the Centre d´Art Santa Mónica, an exhibition centre. In this area, there are painters doing portraits and caricatures for tourists, as well as landscapes. There are also musicians, fortune tellers and tarot card readers. On weekends there is often a crafts market selling leather goods, jewelry, clothes.
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