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April 3rd 2011
Published: April 3rd 2011
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Finishing off our stay to Barcelona. We set sail for Marceille France at 6pm. What a great first day.

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Park GuellPark Guell
Park Guell

Cistern overflow includes a lush greenery. Gaudi combination of mathematics and nature is seen in all his projects. Function not just form.
la Boqueriala Boqueria
la Boqueria

a farmers market with everything needed from chocolate to the freshest fish.
la Boqueriala Boqueria
la Boqueria

The many colors of the market.
Barri GoticBarri Gotic
Barri Gotic

The narrow old streets of the oldest section of Barcelona are filled with small shops, book stores and coffee shops
Provincial ParliamentProvincial Parliament
Provincial Parliament

This palau de la Generalistat. Sits in the oldest part of the city and as been set site of Government back to the romans. The site of an early church and cemetery.
14 Century Cathedral14 Century Cathedral
14 Century Cathedral

29 local Guilds build this early church over 100 of years. French Gothic
Music at the CathedralMusic at the Cathedral
Music at the Cathedral

Signing the best american hits in English.
Placa ReialPlaca Reial
Placa Reial

Lined with small cafes this symmetrical square meant to copy Paris. Antoni Gaudi's first city project, lampposts in worugth-iron.
Sagrada FamiliaSagrada Familia
Sagrada Familia

Antoni Gaudi's masterpiece started in the 1860's. Set to be finished in 40 years. First recognized by the catholic church in Nov 2009 by Pope Benedict. Built entirely with private funds and today by $12 euro admission fee.
Casa MiliaCasa Milia
Casa Milia

Saved and remodeled. Possibly first underground garage parking. Chimneys shaped as roman guards.
Park GuellPark Guell
Park Guell

Gaudi's failed gated community, that now is a very famous city park.

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