Rambla de Catalunya.
The view from my balcony at the
HCC Regente Hotel using my
wide angle lens.
Tibidabo mountain and the
outline of the Sagrat Cor Church.
The Placa Reial, Barcelona.
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Sagrada Familia Church on the
horizon at night from my Hotel.
Typical architecture in
Barcelona along the main
streets in L'Eixample district.
The Cinema Coliseum on Gran
Via de les Corts Catalanes.
Looking down from the upper
deck of a Tour Bus at a hat
vendor.
At the very foot of La Rambla
where it meets Port Vell.
While on the Barcelona City
Tours bus we went along Playa
de Sant Sebastia beach.
Frank Gehry's Golden Fish
sculpture (1992). I prefer the big
ball deathtrap sculpture.
Barcelona has a gherkin like
London. This one is called Torre
Agbar (144 m. tall).
Sagrada Familia the most
recognized attraction in
Barcelona.
Sagrada Familia or more
properly Basilica and Expiatory
Church of the Holy Family.
The entrance to Sagrada
Familia. I had to get a pass for
later in the day to enter.
Rambla de Catalunya cafes. My
favourite place to eat in
Barcelona.
Casa Batllo a re-designed
building by architect Antoni
Gaudi.
Back at Sagrada Familia. Under
construction since 1882.
Designed by Antoni Gaudi.
Entering Sagrada Familia. The
exterior was too busy for more
liking.
Inside Sagrada Familia, the
pillars in the nave are designed
to look like trees.
Light streaming through the
stained glass windows. My
photos do not do it justice.
Another view of the stained
glass windows.
The famous La Rambla
(seasonal stream in Arabic)
boulevard.
La Catedral. Barcelona's
Cathedral built between 1298
and 1460.
What looks to be a Priest
passage connecting to the
Cathedral.
The backside of the Cathedral.
Inside the Cathedral with a
traditional Medieval Gothic
look.
As expected for a Medieval
Cathedral the Chapels are full
of gold sculpture.
The cloister for the Cathedral is
large but not overly impressive.
A Pablo Picasso inspired facade
to the local Architectural Society
building on Cathedral Square.
The Barcelona sign in Cathedral
Square. Behind it are remnants
of the Roman Walls.
A side street in the Barri Gotic
district entering La Rambla.
The bronze Christopher
Columbus column in Port Vell.
Built in 1888 for an Exhibition.
Rambla de Mar bridge across
the harbour in Port Vell.
The World Trade Center cruise
ship docks. The tower is part of
the Aerial car route.
The Placa Reial in the Barri
Gotic district.
Probably the Carrer de la
Boqueria in the Barri Gotic
district.