Barcelona 2010

Indrukken van een paar dagen Barcelona in zomer 2010
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Gaudi, Sagrada Familia.

Gaudi, Sagrada Familia.

Park Guel

Park Guel

Detail van een hekwerk van Gaudi

Detail van een hekwerk van Gaudi

Gaudi, Casa Batlo

Gaudi, Casa Batlo

Standbeeld

Standbeeld

Park Guel

Park Guel

Detail in Park Guel

Detail in Park Guel

Barcelonneta beach

Barcelonneta beach

Casa Batllo

Casa Batllo

Park Guel

Park Guel


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Detail van de Sagrada Familia

Detail van de Sagrada Familia

Gaudi, Sagrada Familia.

Gaudi, Sagrada Familia.

Details van de bouw van de Sagrada Familia

Details van de bouw van de Sagrada Familia

Gaudi, Casa Batllò

Gaudi, Casa Batllò

Sagrada Familia

Sagrada Familia

Casa B's internal stairwell - notice the changing colours of the tiles? & the shape of the windows? love the openess

Casa B's internal stairwell - notice the changing colours of the tiles? & the shape of the windows? love the openess

In park Guel, Barcelona

In park Guel, Barcelona

10 Best Cities in Europe. #5. Barcelona, Spain. Readers' Rating: 82.162 By day, we may visit the Museu Picasso, or throw down a towel on Barceloneta... - Sylvain Sonnet/Corbis

The 20 Best Cities in Europe

10 Best Cities in Europe. #5. Barcelona, Spain. Readers' Rating: 82.162 By day, we may visit the Museu Picasso, or throw down a towel on Barceloneta... - Sylvain Sonnet/Corbis

Gaudy's Park Guel, Spain

Gaudy's Park Guel, Spain

View of hand painted tiles on Selaron's Stairs (Escadaria Selarón), a mosaic staircase made of colorful tiles, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 12 February 2012. World-famous staircase, mostly covered by vibrant yellow, green and blue tiles (inspired by the colors of the Brazilian flag), is the masterpiece of Chilean-born artist Jorge Selarón who considers it as a personal tribute to the Brazilian people. Connecting the neighborhoods of Santa Teresa and Lapa, the stairway is made up of 250 steps…

View of hand painted tiles on Selaron's Stairs (Escadaria Selarón), a mosaic staircase made of colorful tiles, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 12 February 2012. World-famous staircase, mostly covered by vibrant yellow, green and blue tiles (inspired by the colors of the Brazilian flag), is the masterpiece of Chilean-born artist Jorge Selarón who considers it as a personal tribute to the Brazilian people. Connecting the neighborhoods of Santa Teresa and Lapa, the stairway is made up of 250 steps…

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