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  • My experience in Barcelona and Catalonia, Spain

    The Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's top masterpiece

    A picture that I took of Sagrada Familia, one of Gaudi’s top masterpieces

    Barcelona is undoubtedly a thriving city, the de facto capital of Catalonia and Spain’s second largest city filled with fun, culture and beauty. It has everything, and with its excellent climate, it is an exciting destination and notorious for its fine beaches. The city features many prominent sights that should not be missed.

    Located on the Northeastern side of Spain on the Mediterranean coast, Barcelona is also located 75 miles from the border of France. It is ranked as the the third most visited city in Europe after London and Paris.

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  • Barcelona, A Scene Filled with Life

    One of Barcelona's top destination

    One of Barcelona’s top destination, Palau Nacional

     

    The Capital of Catalonia becomes more interesting year by year.

    The heart of Barcelona is the “La Rambla”. Almost everybody who visits the city will go through it at least once, no matter if it’s day or night, everybody will experience the striking boulevard which connects the renowned  Plaza de Cataluna with “La Rambla”.

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  • A cinephile’s European holiday

    Portugal

    Portugal

    Cinephiles looking to explore the locations of their favorite films have an obvious treasure trove in America and Japan, but what about Europe?

    European cities feature frequently in high profile films, but usually as an anonymous substitute for American locations, leaving a cinematic ramble across Europe considerably harder to do.

    With that in mind, here are the best European locations to re-live some of the most iconic moments in European film history.

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  • The greatest observation decks in the world

    Taipei 101, photo by daymin

    Observation decks are great inventions – if you have a really tall building towering over everything else around it, built for whatever purpose, why not make the most of it? Put an observation deck on any building tall enough, and you go yourself a pretty good attraction, not only for the tourists who are thirsty for panoramas, but for the locals as well.

    If you don’t have any problems with heights and you like to take a good, leisurely look at the urban sprawl, then you should consider visiting some of the greatest observation decks in the world.

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  • Top 10 most beautiful churches in the world

    Hallgrímskirkja, photo by O Palsson

    A church is a sort o building that you can appreciate regardless of your beliefs, and even the most hardened atheist would be hard pressed to say that churches are not interesting. Religious architecture has a long history, and it usually has a knack for bringing out the best of the styles of a certain era.

    Many churches in the world look like they can tell you a story about the times when they were built, and from an artistic point of view, they are certainly worth looking at. So for those who want a spiritual pilgrimage or simply want to see some pretty buildings, here are the top 10 most beautiful churches in the world.

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