Parque Güell La Plaza

Parque Güell La Plaza

Barcelona’s natural wonder | National Geographic | Portfolio of the Week - Fernando Baptista - Visualoop:

Barcelona’s natural wonder | National Geographic | Portfolio of the Week - Fernando Baptista - Visualoop:

France Bookstore Aix en Provence

France Bookstore Aix en Provence

Rincones del Parc Güell, las columnas de piedras parecen palmeras. http://www.viajarabarcelona.org/lugares-para-visitar-en-barcelona/parc-guell/ #Barcelona #Gaudi #Catalunya

Rincones del Parc Güell, las columnas de piedras parecen palmeras. http://www.viajarabarcelona.org/lugares-para-visitar-en-barcelona/parc-guell/ #Barcelona #Gaudi #Catalunya

Bamboo broom hedge, designed by Hiroshi Sugimoto

Bamboo broom hedge, designed by Hiroshi Sugimoto

El Born, Barcelona, The lower section of the La Ribera district, just below Carrer de la Princesa, and leading to Barceloneta is referred to as El Born after the 19th century market on carrer del Comerç that dominates the area. This is one of the trendiest and most touristic districts in the old city. It is a popular place for expats and contains many art boutiques, bars and cafés.

El Born, Barcelona, The lower section of the La Ribera district, just below Carrer de la Princesa, and leading to Barceloneta is referred to as El Born after the 19th century market on carrer del Comerç that dominates the area. This is one of the trendiest and most touristic districts in the old city. It is a popular place for expats and contains many art boutiques, bars and cafés.

Roof of the Sagrada Familia, Spain

Roof of the Sagrada Familia, Spain

Casa Batlló, Barcelona, Spain

Casa Batlló, Barcelona, Spain

未読451件 - Yahoo!メール

未読451件 - Yahoo!メール

Toledo Spain: My favorite small city. The cobblestones, bridges, alleys, balconies, shops and churches tucked into each other was like walking through a storybook. It was the last city we visited before heading back to Madrid to leave Spain.

Toledo Spain: My favorite small city. The cobblestones, bridges, alleys, balconies, shops and churches tucked into each other was like walking through a storybook. It was the last city we visited before heading back to Madrid to leave Spain.

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