Gothic quarter

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The Barri Gòtic extends from the southeast corner of Plaça de Catalunya to the sea. Hemmed in between the Ramblas and Via Laietana, this maze of narrow streets lined in old buildings remains one of Barcelona's liveliest districts. It owes its name to its numerous Gothic-style buildings; a number of older remains, including the city's 4C walls, have also been restored here. The neighbourhood's elegant appearance is the result of restoration projects in the 19C and 20C.

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Casa de l'Ardiaca
Casa de l'Ardiaca
Built in the 12C on the Roman wall and
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Place Nova
Place Nova
It is on Plaça Nova that the Roman cardo
0:15
Dalí Barcelona
Dalí Barcelona
Headquarters of the Reial Cercle
1:00
Pla de la Seu
Pla de la Seu
The avenue of the Catthedral which links
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Cathedral
Cathedral
The current building was built at the
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The roof of the cathedral
The roof of the cathedral
During your visit to the cathedral don't
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Casa de l'Ardiaca
Casa de l'Ardiaca
Built in the 12C on the Roman wall and
1:00
Place Nova
Place Nova
It is on Plaça Nova that the Roman cardo
0:15
Pla de la Seu
Pla de la Seu
The avenue of the Catthedral which links
0:15
See all