Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain. This amazing city has experienced several periods and perfectly preserved monuments of the past. You will see the Gothic Quarter with its narrow alleys cold which for 7 centuries older than the other areas Barselony.Gde concentrated more than ten temples and palaces, the most somber and mysterious of them – the cathedral and the Church of St. Eulalia, built about 500 years ago. The beauty of the Old the city is not in the aggregate ctolko attractions as in all their surroundings – in a maze of dead ends and medieval pereulkov.Letom Barcelona is filled with fragrant flowers and twittering ptits.Barselona differs greatly from Madrid, Rome and Berlin.
This is a port town, is the city where he lived and worked great Gaudi.S named Antonio Gaudi related story Barselony.Otmetit ottsenit and talent of the famous architect Antonio Gaudi whose surprising and even mystical structures to conquer all the foreigners coming to this city. (, Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, and much more) Montserrat. Valid monastery is located near Barcelona on the massif Montserrat at an altitude of 750 meters above sea level. The monastery was founded a Benedictine monastery in the early X century. In the Cathedral of St.
Benedict, who is considered one of the most beautiful cathedrals of Europe are 'black Madonna '- a sculpture of the Virgin Mary and baby Jesus. In the right hand of Madonna bowl, a symbol of earthly power, it is necessary to touch the ball and your desires if they are sincere, will come true. Every day an endless stream of people bring their hopes here. The museum at the monastery you can see the masterpieces of El Grego, Caravaggio, Diego, Pizarro, Monet, Picasso, Dali. On the array of Montserrat are saltpetrous mysterious cave with a length of 549 meters and a slope of 20 meters. Here, the monks found refuge, the army of Napoleon and znamety architect Antonio Gaudi in Barcelona lost there for days making sketches for his creation Sagrada Familia.
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