If you're not looking for it, then it's easy to walk past Barcelona's "Infant Turntable" without a second glance. Located in the heart of El Raval, it's little more than a wooden inlet in the side of a drab-looking building. But the history of this literal "hole in the wall" helps tell the story of Barcelona's history. Once attached to the House of Mercy, the inconspicuous hole opened to a rotating wooden turntable used to collect anonymous donations for the church including money, groceries - even babies. Hundreds of orphan babies came through the hole from 1853 to 1931. If you're a fan of the truly odd and weird, then Barcelona's Infant Turntable is for you.
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