Barcelona Post #3 – random architecture

Both Stephen and I really enjoyed the architecture in the city – we were both constantly pointing and saying, “Look at that one.”  I especially loved the pretty balconies and stained glass windows.  Here’s a sampling of what we saw:

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Architecture, Barcelona Spain

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Barcelona Spain

Architecture Barcelona Spain

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Unique door handle

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Agbar Tower

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Former bullfighting arena

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3 thoughts on “Barcelona Post #3 – random architecture

  1. chris

    Your pictures are really nice ! Fine to find something related to barcelona that doesn’t mention Gaudi ! I love gaudi but barcelone has so much to offer ! When i was there last summer i slept in an apartment close to Las Arenas ( your last picture reminds me my trip). This apartment was great btw, http://www.barcelonapoint.com/en/apartments/ i think the wesite was this one ( not sure ) !!

    Hasta luego !

    • Thanks Chris! I did do a post filled with Gaudi, because you kind of have to when you visit Barcelona, but I found some of the other architecture to be wonderful, as well, and wanted to highlight that. We could have walked around looking at buildings for a month, I’m sure!

  2. Each piece of architecture is stunning! It’s amazing how glass, flooring, louvers, etc. can transform any building into something unique and beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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