The Memorial Democràtic de Catalunya (Democratic Memorial of Catalonia) presents, with the support of Palau Robert, the exhibition "The farewell to the International Brigades", with previously unpublished photographs about the farewell of the brigade members of the Civil War on the 28th of October 1938 in Barcelona, captured by Henry Buckley, correspondent of the newspaper "The Daily Telegraph".
Palau Robert presents the exhibition "Kosmos Panikkar" to disseminate and debate among citizens, with an educational and creative discourse, the exceptional but generally unknown work of a philosopher who has delved into topics such as interculturality, interreligious dialogue and spirituality.
The free wi-fi service at Palau Robert is also available in the Garden, in order to facilitate the social use of new technologies and access to the information of the center. You just have to connect to the freewifi_palaurobert network to access the service. Users have a maximum connection time of 1 hour a day. You can access the service through Facebook or a form.
This itinerary is circular, beginning and ending at the same point after visiting three of the best-known and most attractive spots in the Natural Park: the Jordà beech wood and the Santa Margarida and Croscat volcanoes. The route is marked by the natural park with the number 1 and the color red.
An exhibition at Palau Robert shows the legacy left by the writer, folklorist and promoter Aureli Capmany about Catalan culture with the focus on the character of Patufet, star of the children's magazine directed by Capmany.