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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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  • La Plaça Reial

    From the Rambla dels Caputxins, rather downwards to the port and not upwards towards the Plaça Catalunya, a small, not very long street on your left leads to a beautiful big square, the „Royal Square“.

    The Plaça Reial got completely renovated in 1982. Before it had been a bit come down. It was built in 1848 in the style of Napoleonic constructions, after a convent of the holy Capucin order had burnt down on this spot a few years before. Some of the lamps you can still see today were worked on by Gaudí. At night they illuminate many popular restaurants   as one can see right here.


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