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  1. Traditional Architecture: The Catalan Dome

    The richness of traditional Catalan architecture, that includes a variety of components and highly valued concepts, can be characterized by structural elements such as the Catalan dome or “volta”. This is an ancestral construction technique in which a space is covered by a dome made of bricks laid flat instead of on any of the […]
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  2. One of the best Barcelona neighbourhoods to live and invest in: L’Eixample

    Barcelona is a city that requires little introduction. A city to live in, visit, discover, get to know, work in and even to get lost in. To get lost amongst its history, art, culture, design, cuisine and of course, its people. They transform a large city into a close knit community, a place where so […]
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  3. One of the best Barcelona neighborhoods to live and invest in: Barrio Gótico

    Without a doubt Barcelona’s Barrio Gótico is one of the most spectacular and popular neighborhoods of the Catalan capital thanks to its historical and cultural richness and the fascinating labyrinth of streets and squares with which you can trace the city’s history. Roman remains, ruins of the old walls, the gothic cathedral, and the Jewish […]
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  4. Hydraulic mosaics, essential pieces of interior design with a high aesthetic value

    Hydraulic mosaics are probably one of the most characteristic elements of modernist Catalan architecture, that are often found in the buildings of l’Eixample in Barcelona. In spite of the fact that they are found in many buildings constructed during the first decades of the 20th century in this unique neighbourhood of the Catalan capital, hydraulic […]
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