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  • From Station to Columbus Statue
  • La Rambla
  • Plaça Reial
  • Barrí Gotic
  • At Picasso Museum
  • Churches
  • Living Figures
  • Sagrada Família
  • Antonio Gaudí
  • Passeig de Gràcia
  • Funicular
  • On Montjuïc
  • The City Beach
  • At night

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        Cars:
  • Oldtimers in Uruguay
  • Mercedes in Havanna

        Public Transport:
  • The green steam locomotive
  • Cuban camels
  • The Gas Bus
  • Horse taxi in Cuba
  • The Moscow Metro plan as a searching picture

        Architecture:
  • Beautiful facades in Macau
  • Catalan facades
  • Ukrainian facades 1
  • Ukrainian facades 2
  • Ukrainian facades 3
  • Half-timbered houses in China
  • Odessa's beautiful Opera House
  • A winterday in Madrid

        Culinaria:
  • Caipirinha for 1 Dollar
  • Particularly tasty
  • Seafood
  • Bishop in cooking pot

        Monuments and Celebrities:
  • The Big Buddha
  • Richelieu far away from home
  • Picasso 1
  • Picasso 2
  • Famous movie stair
  • Rio's most scenic bridge
  • Däniken's runway of extraterrestrials

        Nature:
  • Snow at aquator
  • China's most scenic river
  • At 4900 m
  • 2500 m  x  16 km gorge
  • Dinosaurs

        In the Street:
  • Living figures
  • Sunday market in Xishuangbanna
  • Tango in the street
  • Looking for fools in Kiev
  • Cyrillic
  • Shirinovski on stage


  • Barcelona in the evening

    Barcelona at night is fantastic. Thousands of interesting restaurants, lovely Tapas bars for the early hours of the evening, nice cocktail bars at the Passeig de Born, dark trendy pubs in the Barri Xino and for the later hours from two o´clock onwards there are plenty of nightclubs in Eixample, along the Avinguda Diagonal and close to the Plaça Espanya.

    On the first three photographs you can see a dancer entertaining the tourists in the restaurants at the Plaça Reial.

    Photograph number four is to demonstrate the marvellous selection of delicious snacks in the Tapas bars; the fifth one has been taken at the Plaça Espanya (where usually at night young travellers from Africa roll out their sleeping mat) and the last two photographs are taken in a huge open-air-disco nearby the Plaça Espanya, which is easy to find as its queue in front is at least 500 metres long.


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