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  • Gaudi In Barcelona

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    and styles of his work and creations. The paper describes four of Gaudi's many projects in Barcelona: the Sacred Family (La Sagrada Familia), La Pedrera (Casa Milà), La Casa Batlló and the Güell Park. Antoni Gaudi i Cornet was worn in the province of Tarragona in Catalonia in 1852. At the age of 16 Gaudi left his hometown Reus to join the school of architecture of Barcelona. At that time Barcelona was a fast-growing city because of the start of its industry. It was the main city of Catalunya

  • The Barcelona Trend

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    change, the more they tend to remain the same. Years can pass and many things may appear different, yet most things remain as they were centuries ago, although they may be slightly altered. The Barcelona chair has showed face for the past eight decades, never changed and hardly reformed, the common Barcelona trend makes a 21st century come back. A trend, an easy entity to follow, todays trends however have had a de-ja-vu effect on today’s society. Many fashion and design trends have been seen and done

  • Trip to Barcelona

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    Trip to Barcelona Saturday morning, 24th of June 2004, 6.30am in the morning. Waking up for a twenty six hours long and boring bus ride to Barcelona with the Urdd. Leaving home and meeting down the bowlplex at 7:30am for a leaving time of 8am. Started the long and boring journey, we’ve finally reached the ferry after five hours. Had to wait on the bus for another hour waiting to get boarded on the ferry. The boys and I went straight

  • The Success Of FC Barcelona

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    FC Barcelona is one of the premier soccer clubs in the world. Many of the best players in history have donned the red and blue of Barcelona and made the Catalonian fans proud. As a team, they have won countless of trophies and triumphed over rivals. Much of their success can be credited to their renowned youth academy, La Maisa. It has brought countless of talented players such as Messi, Iniesta, and Puyol throughout the ranks of La Maisa, the youth academy. It was all started in 1899, after a

  • History Of Fc Barcelona

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    Fc Barcelona Soccer fans are now questioning the recent failures Fc Barcelona has had and are wondering if the club is starting to get weak and go down. Except many don’t know that they have come a long way ever since the club was founded. During the 1890’s sports were still considered amateur and useless. Even though sports weren’t encouraged and popular, a swiss gentleman named Hans Gamper and a group of his friends that did other sports together founded the well known club in 1899, Fc Barcelona

  • Essay On Barcelona Tourism

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    Barcelona tourism- Overview: Tagline: Prepare to see the land of the world's greatest works of art. Title: Barcelona tourism | Barcelona travel guide | Tourism in Barcelona | Barcelona tour guide Meta Description: Enjoy a nice stay afforded by Barcelona tourism among the beautiful buildings displaying candy for the eye through the works of art. Header: Heading: Barcelona Tourism Supporting text: The ultimate guide to help you fully savor magnificent Barcelona The Barcelona tourism has truly

  • History Of Barcelona, Spain

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    Amalia Dillard Señorita Greer Español IV Honors 13 Mayo 2014 Barcelona, Spain Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is currently the second largest city in Spain with a population of 1,620,943 people. The city is located on the northeastern side of Spain along the coast of the Mediterranean sea. Barcelona was founded in 15 B.C. by the Romans, and was originally named Barcino. In Barcelona there are extravagant buildings, well-known artwork, and some of the best places to eat in the country.

  • Anarchist Barcelona: The Spanish Civil War

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    Spain, and particularly Barcelona, as well as the power of anarcho-syndicalism and its unifying force in revolutionary Catalonia. Daily life in Barcelona during the period between the outbreak of war in 1936 and the fall of Catalonia in 1939 will be examined to demonstrate how anarchism functioned as a political reality for the people of Barcelona. Spain is the only country in the world where anarchism developed into a major political force (Mintz 2). Catalonia and Barcelona were the epicenter of this

  • The Disputation Of Barcelona By Pablo Christiani

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    The Disputation of Barcelona was held through a period of 5 days in June of 1263 where Pablo Christiani, a monk that was a former jew, and Rabbi Moshe, son of Nachman Gerondi, philosopher, physician and a Jewish intellect in the Middle ages, participate in a disputation in the Kingdom of Aragon. King James and his wife Queen Yolanda host this disputation hoping for the conversion of Judaism to Christianity to be easy and simple and recruit Pablo Christiani to represent the christians while Rabbi

  • Don Quixote on the Road to Barcelona

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    Don Quixote on the Road to Barcelona   This paper will analyze the passage in the book Don Quixote where Sancho physically fights with Quixote to prevent Quixote from lashing him. On a practical joke playing duke's suggestion in the last chapter Sancho had promised to lash himself over 3000 times as a way to remove the spell that turned Quixote love interest, lady "Dona Dulcinea del Toboso," from a noblewoman to a peasant girl.   Whether is was intentional or not the theme