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EXPLORE BARCELONABarcelona is an enormous city with various district articles including restaurant, sightseeing, nightlife and lodging listings -- take a peek at every one of these. Barcelona is the capital and biggest city of Catalonia and Spain's second biggest town, with a population of more than one and a half million people (more than five million from the entire state). This city, located on Spain's Mediterranean coast has a rich history. This gorgeous town is filled with exactly what European towns have been famous for (outdoor markets, restaurants, stores, museums and museums) and is excellent for walking using a broad and reliable Metro platform for much more far-flung destinations. The center centre of the city, concentrated around the Ciutat Vella ("Old City") supplies times of pleasure for those seeking to have the lifespan of Barcelona while the shores town was constructed upon supply sun and comfort during the extended run of agreeably warm weather. Ciutat Vella (the Old City), is the earliest Aspect of town and is called District Number One. It is found at a central place on the Mediterranean coast and is the very best tourist magnet of town. Top draws in Ciutat Vella comprise the Medieval design of this Barri Gotic area, the Contemporary Art Museum of Barcelona at Raval. Gràcia is located at north-central Barcelona only north of Eixample. It was originally another town, that was founded in 1626 since the Our Lady of Grace Convent. Sants-Montjuïc is located across the Mediterranean in the southern border of Barcelona. It was previously another municipality centred in Sants, but additionally contains the port and industrial complex known as the Zona Franca along with an abundance of monuments and museums. There are also fairs and festivals in this part of Barcelona. Sant Martí, which is on the east edge of the town, is called after the very first church constructed in the region- St. Martin's. The City of Marvels (La Ciudad de los Prodigios) is a 1986 Spanish-language book by Barcelona-native Eduardo Mendoza. It clarifies the societal changes which took place in Barcelona between 1888 and 1929 through a period of fantastic urbanization. It was adapted into movie form in 1999. Mendoza also authored a Catalan-language job known as Restauracio at 1990 and later translated it to Spanish. The 13 names of this Detective Pepe Carvalho show by Barcelona-born writer Manuel Vazquez Montalban are Remarkably Popular among fans of crime and murder puzzles.
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