Barcelona





Gaudi's Most Interesting Work: Casa Mila (La Pedrera)

Famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi ‘s works are a little bit outrageous, a bit unusual but one of the most interesting among them is the modernist style 8-storey apartment building Casa Mila, which is as important as the architect’s superior genius. La Pedrera (stone quarry), also known as the building …

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The Heart of Barcelona: Places to Visit in La Rambla

Barcelona ‘s most important avenue is the city of La Rambla (in other words Las Ramblas), where the city’s social life flows, festivals and celebrations meet millions, play a leading role in protests, and is loved and invaded by tourists and locals alike, full of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. …

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Witness Barcelona's Remote History: Barri Gotic

Barcelona is a city where history, art, night life, sea, sun and peace can all be found together. And this fascinating city is one of the most historically important regions in Turkey, the Gothic Neighborhood Barri Gotic . Today, Barri Gotic, including the Catalonia Government Building , Barcelona City Hall …

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Gaudi's Colorful World: Park Güell

Famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi has put countless works into his 74-year-old life, but the most impressive ones are the Sagrada Familia Basilica and the colorful Park Güell . Park Güell, the construction of which lasted for 14 years and was actually left unfinished, is one of the most important …

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Gaudi's Immortal Work: Sagrada Familia Basilica

Catalans pride of the famous architect Gaudi’s life on the island, among the most magnificent works Basilica of the Sagrada Familia is a Barcelona sine qua non of the tour stops. If you are planning a trip to Barcelona nearby and be ready to go here for the first time; …

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Museu Maritim

The Museu Maritim is located in Ramblas and is the famous maritime museum in Barcelona . The city’s long-established maritime history is exhibited in the 13th-century Drassanes Reials . The grand galleys that made Barcelona an important maritime power were built in the shipyards, now in the maritime museum. The …

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Fundacio Antoni Tapies

Fundacio Antoni Tapies is one of the cultural centers and museums in Barcelona . Antoni Tapies founded the Tapies Foundation in 1984 to develop modern art studies and understanding. Dedicated to the artist’s life and work, the museum features paintings and sculptures of the artist. Antoni Tapies, the most famous …

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Parc Zoologic (Barcelona Zoo)

Barcelona Zoo, located in Barcelona’s famous Parc de la Ciutadella, was built in the 1940s, according to a relatively free plan where animals were separated by ditches instead of iron bars. With over 7500 animals from 400 different species from all over the world, Spain’s leading zoo has always been …

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Basilica of Santa Maria del Pi

The Basilica of Santa Maria del Pi is a 14th-century Gothic church in Barcelona . The most striking feature of the church in Plaça del Pi is that it has one of the largest rose windows in the world. In 1322 the construction of the church in the design of …

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Hospital de la Santa Creu

Hospital de la Santa Creu de Sant Pau is one of Barcelona ‘s most important historical buildings. Built by the innovative architect Domenech i Montaner, this unconventionally beautiful hospital facility is one of the best modernism facilities in Europe. The building, in contrast to the grid-shaped, symmetrical texture of the …

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