Last day in Barcelona…
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Some of the Beers enjoyed in Barcelona
The oldest theatre in Barcelona, founded in 1579, built between 1597 and 1603 and rebuilt several times, mainly in 1788 and again in 1848.
Francesc Macià i Llussà; 21 September 1859 – 25 December 1933) was a Catalan politician from Catalonia who served as the 122nd president of the Generalitat of Catalonia, and formerly an officer in the Spanish Army. Politically, he evolved from an initial regenerationism of Spain to the defense of the Catalan Republic, becoming the first president of the restored Generalitat and achieving the first successful establishment of the self-government of Catalonia of modern history.
A four star hotel.
An Antoni Gaudi architectural design
Las Arenas is an old bull-ring now converted to become a major shopping centre.
Built in the 1920s with a definite Venetian influence.
Guàrdia Urbana Ajuntament de Barcelona – Urban Guard Barcelona City Council
The Palau Güell is Antoni Gaudí’s first major work in Barcelona for his patron Eusebi Güell.
Old Building, Farmacia Masana, Carrer de Sant Ramon, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
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The Old Hospital de la Santa Creu is a 15th-to-18th-century building complex in Barcelona, which formerly served as a hospital and hospice and currently is the home of the National Library of Catalonia, the Institute for Catalan Studies, the former College of Surgeons, and an art school.