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The Casa Martí, designed by architect Puig i Cadafalch, was built in 1896 for textile magnate Vilumara.
The Casa Martí, designed by architect Puig i Cadafalch, was built in 1896 for textile magnate Vilumara. The Modernista building noted for its sculptures and wrought-iron work houses the café-restaurant Els Quatre Gats on the ground floor.
Sala Guell is dedicated to the sculptural works of surrealist artist Salvador Dali
This neighborhood in Barcelona was the center of economic activities in the past
This auditorium designed by Ramon Muntaner is the most important Modernist example in Ciutat Vella
This narrow street, that starts in the ''Plaça del Pi'' has a very special atmosphere
The Museu de la Moto has a collection of over 70 motorbikes, from local Catalan to international vintage ones
This square next to ''La Rambla'' is one of the prettiest parts of the quarter
The ornate Canaletes Fountain in La Rambla is where Barca fans converge to celebrate their team's wins