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Barcelona in (almost) symmetries

While I was visiting Barcelona, I noticed that many of its buildings are quite symmetrical. That’s how an idea appeared in my mind, that those symmetries would look really nicely on photos. 126 more words


Exploring: Barcelona

What to do there & why.

Not at all exhaustive, gospel or attested (although I’d like to think it is, at least, semi-useful.)

Park Güell… 352 more words

Top atractii in Barcelona pentru 5 zile de vacanta

Vorba spune ca “primele lucruri nu se uita niciodata”, poate de asta Barcelona a ramas in topul locurile favorite.

Vacanta in Barcelona a fost “prima” din mai multe puncte de vedere: prima vacanta in afara tarii alaturi de prietenul meu, prima mea experienta cu Airbnb (sunt fana Airbnb) si prima data in Barcelona, de care m-am… 574 more words



Oh Barcelona, so vibrant, high energy, and eclectic.  From hilltop views to lazy beach afternoons, crazy architecture to the ancient old city, beautiful parks and the best street lamps.   632 more words

Arc De Triomf

Gaudi's Roofs

Some of the most amazing parts of the Gaudi houses that we saw in Barcelona were the roofs. Instead of having the more usual chimneys and vents which he considered ugly, he created sculptural structures, sometimes covered in mosaics, that served the same functions but that he found beautiful.  62 more words

Lily S. May

Casa Milà

Casa Milà or well-known as La Pedrera, meaning “The Quarry”, was the last civil work designed by Antoni Gaudi.

Structural innovations include a self-supporting stone front and columns, and floors free of load bearing walls. 57 more words


day 4 | dreams of translucent butterfly wings

As we walked back from the gelato shop, my roommate Alexa stops mid-sentence and says, “Wait. Let me pull up my phone and check to see if we’re going in the right direction.” 652 more words