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Most Important Places in Barcelona

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Most important places to visit in Barcelona You probaly know many places of Barcelona as La Sagrada Familia because of the pictures of the city. But surely you don’t know all the places that Barcelona offer as impressive as the ...

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Erotic Museum Barcelona

Erotic Museum Barcelona

Erotic Museum Barcelona Many people regard Barcelona as a non-judgemental and accepting city. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that it is home to the Erotic Museum Barcelona. It is one of Barcelona’s most famous alternative museums and you cannot ...

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Barcelona Christmas time

Barcelona Christmas time

Barcelona Christmas time The most joyful time of the year is just around the corner, so cheer up everybody because soon it is time to get into a proper Christmas spirit. What better way to spend your holiday than in ...

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La Diada – National Day of Catalonia

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La Diada, National Day of Catalonia The National Day of Catalonia, also known as La Diada, is a public holiday in the region of Catalonia. It takes place every year on the 11th of September. During this day Catalans commemorate the ...

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Top Five Traditional Spanish dancing

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Top Five Traditional Spanish Dancing Among the traditional Spanish dances, flamenco is surely the most famous. One immediately imagines a pretty woman in a red dress with black dots whipping her skirt from side to side. However, there are many ...

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Montserrat Barcelona – Sawed Mountain

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Montserrat Barcelona – Sawed Mountain La Serralada de Montserrat, translated literally as “sawed mountain”, is a 1200m high mountain located 50 km Northwest of Barcelona. The mountain has multiple peaks, whose main ones are: Sant Jeroni, Montgrós and Miranda de ...

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