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Gothic Quarterin Barcelona, Spain

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A colourful place of the Old Town where narrow streets hides medieval buildings, the ruins of ancient temples and modern authentic cafes.
Gothic Quarter, Barcelona
Gothic Quarter is a sight of Barcelona that traces back to the Middle Ages. ​​it is leading its history since the days of antiquity.

Here are ruins of ancient buildings - the Temple of Augustus, medieval buildings - the Royal Palace, the Cathedral of St. Eulalia, the tiny squares and narrow streets.

Here you can explore the history of Barcelona just walking through the quarter from Plaza Catalunya to the avenue Via Laietana, and then you can visit the cafe and order a glass of sangria.

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#31Get lost in the Gothic Quarter in BarcelonaGet lost in the Gothic Quarteroddviser

Dive into the Medieval history of Catalan capital, strolling along narrow and tight streets of the Gothic Quarter.

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#2The Gothic Quarter's secretsThe Gothic Quarter's secrets

Find out how the heart of Catalonia's capital looked like two thousand years ago - before the warriors, architectural strife and manipulation of the city authorities.

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