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  1. 1. BARCELONA Metropola coastei estice a Peninsulei Iberice este al doilea oraş important al Spaniei şi capitală a Catalaniei Barcelona is the capital and the most populous city of Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain, after Madrid. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1256717-barcelona7/
  2. 4. Vama The Old Customs House is one of the most important buildings which surround the Plaza del Portal de la Pau.
  3. 5. Pla ç a Reial este inima romantică şi populară a Barcelonei. Ea a fost construită după desenele lui Daniel Molina şi este mărginită de o suită de arcade clasice. Grupul statuar care încununează fântâna centrală reprezintă cele trei graţii. Printre primele opere ale lui Antonio Gaud í se numără ciudatele lampadare din piaţă Plaça Reial (In Spanish Plaza Real, meaning "Royal Plaza") is a square in the Barri Gòtic of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It lies next to la Rambla and constitutes a well-known touristic attraction, especially at night. The Plaça Reial was designed by Francesc Daniel Molina i Casamajó in the 19th century. The square is twinned with Plaza Garibaldi, in Mexico DF. The lanterns were designed by Antoni Gaudí. Plaça Reial
  4. 9. Somerset Maugham definea Ramblas drept „strada cea mai frumoasă din lume” O promenadă dreaptă, mărginită de platani uneşte punctele nevralgice ale Barcelonei: Pla ç a de Catalunya şi Pla ç a Portal de la Pau unde se înalţă monumentul lui Cristobal Col ó n Ramblas înseamnă o scenă lungă de 1180 de metri Strada a fost trasată pe patul unui torent pe care arabii îl numiseră Ram şi care marca limita oraşului medieval It was described by the writer W. Somerset  Maugham (1874 - 1965) as the most beautiful street in the world. Souvenir shops and fast food  joints  are appearing along this tree lined promenade at  a worrying rate, but that has done nothing to deter is popularity among the city,s residents. Las Ramblas is actually five streets  in one, hence the plural vernacular, from  Ramblas de Canaletas at the  Plaça Catalunya  end to Ramblas de Santa Mònica, ending at the port, at the other.
  5. 12. Casa Lleó Morera, 1900-1910
  6. 13. Casa Terrades Casa de les Punxes Arhitect Puig i Cadafalch 1903-1905
  7. 25. Barcelona ♦ Paco de Lucia - Ojos de brujo Fotografii: Mara Chinţa Prezentare: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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  • The Old Customs House is one of the most important buildings which surround the Plaza del Portal de la Pau. It was built between 1896 and 1902 by Enric Sagnier and Pere García, and is in the Neoclassical style. The winged Sphinxes which crown the large towers stand out. The interior of the building houses allegorical paintings about the imaginary visit of Don Quixote to the city of Barcelona.
  • It was described by the writer W. Somerset  Maugham 1874 .1965 as the most beautiful street in the world . Souvenir shops and fast food  joints  are appearing along this tree lined promenade at  a worrying rate , but that has done nothing to deter is popularity among the city,s residents . Las Ramblas is actually five streets  in one, hence the plural vernacular , from  Ramblas de Canaletas at the  Plaça Catalunya  end to Ramblas de Santa Mònica, ending at the port, at the other. La Rambla de Canaletas Canaletas is the 19 th century fountain here and legend has it that anyone who drinks from this  water source will return to the city . La Rambla dels Estudis This section is named after the university that once stood here. George Orwell 1903. 1950 took refuge from gunfire during Spanish Civil War while in the service of the International Brigade. La Rambla de les Flors This is prettiest part of the avenue whit dozens of flower and their blazing displays . La Rambla dels Caputxins This is home to the city´s opera house  the Liceu . Opposite here is the Cafè de l Òpera. La Rambla de Santa Mònica The next  strecht is the threshold of Barcelona´s port. There are dozens of portrait artists, adversaiting their talents through pictures pinned around their stands.
  • The world Ramblas itself comes from the Arabic term raml, which means riverbeb, and that is where Las Ramblas´origins lie. A filthy gully that ran along the mediaval city walls was filled in at the end of the 1700 s, and soon after cash risch Catalans started to build their mansions along the city´s newest and most fashionable able to continue their stroll across the sea. The wooden walkway, the Rambla del Mar starts from the Passeig de Colom and continues to the Maremagnum entertainment complex. It is dotted with benches from you can admire the port, and it´s the ideal way to finish a visit to the city`s most famous street.
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