In the old days, it was quite common to see cats roaming around at all hours in Barcelona. Nowadays cats are a rare sight, even in quiet areas, but sometimes one can come across delightful substitutes like this one hunting mice in the El Parc i la Llacuna del Poblenou neighborhood.
Dead leaves fascinate me because they create intricate patterns of an incredible variety. Their ephemeral beauty has inspired poets and painters alike, not to mention fashion designers. Today’s picture plays around with grey and copper tones for a change.
Today you are supposed to guess in which neighborhood I took this picture. In the whole of Barcelona there is only one building with this honeycomb facade. I will give you a tip: it is located in the Sant Martí district.
Dilapidated building sometimes showcase true works of art, like here where the peeled-off bill and paint look like a running man, don’t you think so?
The holiday season is around the corner and you are already hunting for that chic foulard or that stylish tie. Just stop looking! Here is the design you have been dreaming of, made in Barcelona!
Since the end of the economic downturn, the Barcelona neighborhood of El Parc i la Llacuna del Poblenou has been going through a total makeover. This area which was completely transformed at the time of the Summer Olympics of 1992 is changing at a rapid pace. Instead of being restored, most old factories of the […]
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