The Fabra Observatory is located in the north-west of Barcelona. The observatory is located at an altitude of 415 meters above sea level. The opening of the observatory took place in 1904. The founder and the first director of the observatory for over thirty years was the Spanish astronomer José Comas-Sol. Currently, the observatory is part of the Royal Academy of Sciences and Arts in Barcelona. The main activity is focused on the study of asteroids and comets. In the list of the oldest observatories operating to date, the Fabra Observatory ranks fourth.


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