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Andrea takes us for a visit to her beloved Barcelona! We visit famous sites including the architectural works of Antonio Gaudi and other architects. ...

Andrea takes us for a visit to her beloved Barcelona! We visit famous sites including the architectural works of Antonio Gaudi and other architects.

And Andrea shows us cultural events and an array of the excellent cuisine for which the region is justly famous!

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    • MY HOMETOWNCUISIN DAN-CE FRIENDS FA-MILY LANGUA-GE ART...
    • LANGUAGES POPULATIONSpanish (español or castellano, Castilian) 45.200.737is spoken all over the country and so is theonly language with official status nationwi- RELIGIONde. But a number of regional languages Roman Catholicism has long been thehave been declared co-official, along with main religion of Spain,and although it noSpanish, in the constituent communities longer has official status by law,in all pu-where they are spoken: blic schools in Spain students have to cho- ose either religion or ethics and Catholic is * Basque (euskera) (2%) in the Basque the only religion officially taught althoughCountry and Navarre; in some schools there are large numbers * Catalan (català) (17%) in Catalonia and of Muslim students together.the Balearic Islands; Valencian (valencià), adistinct variant of Catalan, is official in the Christianity 77,2 %Valencian Community; Non-religious 18,7 % * Galician (galego) (7%)[120] in Galicia. Islam 2,1 % Judaism 0,2 %GOVERNMENT Others 1,8 %constitucional monarchy
    • ROJIGUALDA
    • SENYERAAccording to a 14th century legend, the flagdates back from the 9th century, when thefour red bars were drawn, as an act of grati-tude, on Guifré el Pilós (Count of Barcelona)golden shield by king Carles el Calb fingersdrenched with blood from the Counts warwounds prior to Wilfreds death in 897 duringthe siege of Barcelona by Lobo ibn Moham-med, the moor governor of Lleida.
    • CASTELLERSA castell is a human tower built tradi-tionally in festivals at many locationswithin Catalonia. At these festivals,several colles castelleres or teams of-ten succeed in building and dismoun-ting a tower’s structure.
    • FLAMENCO The origins of the word flamenco are unclear - it was not recorded until the late 18th cen- tury. Flamenco is popularly depicted as being the music of Andulusian gitanos (gypsies) but historically its roots are in mainstream Anda- lusian society, beginning in the 18th century. Other regions, notably Extremadura and Murcia, have also contributed to the develo- pment of flamenco, and many flamenco ar- tists have been born outside the gitano com- munity. Latin American and especially Cuban influences have also contributed.
    • SARDANESThe sardana, plural sardanes, is a type of circle dan-ce typical of Catalonia. The dance was originally ty-pical from the Empordà region, but started gainingpopularity throughout Catalonia during the 20th cen-tury.There are two main types, the original sardana curta(short sardana) style and the more modern sardanallarga (long sardana), which is more popular. Othermore unusual sardanes are the sardana de lluïmentand the sardana revessa.
    • CATALANCUISINEPÀ AMB TOMÀQUET (BREAD WITHTOMATO)Is a typical preparation of Catalancuisine, that consists of bread withtomato rubbed over and seasonedwith olive oil and salt.
    • ALLIOLI (GARLICANDOIL)Is a sauce made of garlic and oli-ve oil.
    • BOTIFARRAis a type of sau-sage
    • SANT JORDI
    • SANT JORDI IS THE NATIONAL CELEBRA-TION OF CATALONIA, IT’S THE 23RD OFAPRIL.THE LEGENT TELLS THAT A DRAGON KID-NAPPED THE PRINCESS. AND A BRAVEKNIGHT RESCUED HER AND KILLED THEDRAGON. FROM THE BLOOD OF THE DRA-GON BORN A ROSE.LA DIADA DE SANT JORDI, ALSO KNOWNAS EL DIA DE LA ROSA (THE DAY OF THEROSE) OR EL DIA DEL LLIBRE (THE DAYOF THE BOOK), WITH SIMILARITIES TOVALENTINE’S DAY. THE MAIN EVENT IS THEExCHANGE OF GIFTS BETWEEN SWEE-THEARTS, LOVED ONES AND RESPECTEDONES. HISTORICALLY, MEN GAVE WOMENROSES, AND WOMEN GAVE MEN A BOOKTO CELEBRATE THE OCCASION
    • BEACH
    • ALTAFULLA
    • ALTAFULLA
    • BARCELONA
    • MY HOME
    • MY HOME MY UNIVERSITY
    • MY HOME GORKA’S HOME MY UNIVERSITY
    • MY HOME CENTER GORKA’S HOME MY UNIVERSITY
    • EVA’S ALBA’S ANDREA’SHOME HOME HOME MY HOME CENTER GORKA’S HOME MY UNIVERSITY LAIA’S HOME
    • PALAU DELA MÚSICA
    • MUSICPALACE
    • The design of the Palau is typical of Cata- lan modernism in that curves predomina- te over straight lines, dynamic shapes are preferred over static forms, and rich deco- ration that emphasizes floral and other or- ganic motifs is used extensively. The concert hall of the Palau, which seats about 2,200 people, is the only auditorium in Europe that is illuminated during da- ylight hours entirely by natural light.Concert hall. Was built in 1905.Designed in the Catalan modernista style Originally, guests entered the Palau fromby the architect Lluís Domènech i Monta- the street through two arches supportedner, by thick pillars that opened into the vesti- bule.In 1997, the Palau de la Música Catalanawas declared a UNESCO World HeritageSite.
    • Former ticket box
    • SAGRADAFAMILIA
    • Is a large, privately-funded Roman Catholicchurch that has been under construction inBarcelona, Catalonia, Spain since 1882 andis not expected to be complete until at least2026.The Sagrada Familia was designed by An-toni Gaudí (1852–1926), who worked on theproject from 1883 and devoted the last fif-teen years of his life entirely to the endea-vour. In 1882, prior to Gaudí’s involvement,Francesc del Villar was commissioned todesign a church on the site. He resigned ayear later and Gaudí was appointed the pro-ject architect, redesigning the project enti-rely.
    • CASABATLLÓ
    • Casa Batlló is a building restored by Antoni Gaudí, built inthe year 1877 and remodelled in the years 1904–1906; loca-ted at 43, Passeig de Gràcia. Modernisme.The local name for the building is Casa dels ossos (Houseof Bones), and indeed it does have a visceral, skeletal or-ganic quality. It was originally designed for a middle-classfamily and situated in a prosperous district of Barcelona.
    • CASAMILÀLA PEDRERA
    • Casa Milà, better known as La Pedrera (Ca-talan for The Quarry), is a building designedby the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí andbuilt during the years 1905–1912. It is loca-ted at 92, Passeig de Gràcia in the Eixampledistrict of Barcelona.It was built for the married couple, RosarioSegimon and Pere Milà
    • PAVELLÓMIES VANDER ROHE
    • PAVELLÓ MIES VAN DER ROHEThe Barcelona Pavilion, designed byLudwig Mies van der Rohe, was theGerman Pavilion for the 1929 Interna-tional Exposition in Barcelona, Spain.
    • JOANMIRÓCatalan/Spanish painter, sculptor,and ceramicist born in Barcelona.Surrealism.
    • La dóna i l’ocell. 1982.(woman and bird)
    • LA DONA IL’OCELL
    • MNAC
    • MNAC(NACIONAL MUSEUM OF ART FROM CATALONIA)
    • SALVADOR DALÍ Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacin- to Dalí i Domènech, (May 11, 1904 – January 23, 1989), commonly known as Salvador Dalí, was a pro- minent Spanish Catalan surrealist painter born in Figueres.
    • FAMILY ANDFRIENDS
    • HAPPYHALLOWEEN!