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Travel to Barcelona by Stig Albeck

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Travel to Barcelona
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788770613088
Number of pages: 58

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Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and it combines many historical sites with the warm Mediterranean coast. In this free travel guide you find seven tours which will guide you through the city. Visit the impressive La Sagrada Familia made by Antonio Gaudi or relax in Barcelona's oldest park; Parc del Laberint d' Horta. In this guide you as well find an historical outline and convenient maps.

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