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May 30, 2005

Barcelona. near the Cathedral

Filed under: — lbobke @ 8:56 pm

A statue outside the (old) cathedral of Barcelona.
The Sagrada Familia by Gaud may be the most important tourist attraction in Spain, but Barcelona’s old cathedral is well worth a visit and the surrounding old quarter is much more fascinating than the modern buildings built in the harbour area - at least in my opinion…
BTW: any idea who this is? I found the way that the face remains in the shade quite fascinating…

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