The Poble Espanyol ("Spanish village"), a work of architecture created for the International Exposition of 1929, was designed to be temporary and demolished after the Exhibition. Nevertheless, its popularity meant that it was conserved. It is a huge "collage" of Spanish architecture, spread across the 117 buildings it is home to: crafts workshops, shops and restaurants. The entrance is an exact reproduction of the gates of Ávila's city walls and its other buildings are reproductions of emblematic constructions of other Spanish towns and cities. This year it is opening Feeling Spain to the public, five immersive capsules created to make you discover the diversity and cultural richness of Spain: the North, the Camino de Santiago, the Mediterranean Sea, the South and the landscape of Don Quixote.