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The side entrance to the Cathedral leads throgh a beautiful gothic patio with palm trees, little ponds and fountains.
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Cloisters of the Cathedral
One thing you have to see is the Cathedral's cloisters, which dates from the 14th century. It has a garden of magnolias, palms and fountains and many geese, which are quite funny to watch.
The Cloister of the Cathedral
The cloister is home to a number of geese who have been kept here for over 500 years. There is also the museum of the Cathedral which houses an assortment of 15th century religious paintings.
The gooses in the cathedral
Have you ever seen palmtrees, water and gooses in a church? In Barcelona you can go to the cathedral to see this! It's really funny to see the gooses walking around.
Amazingly, a few minutes after I took this picture, everyone there started dancing the Sardana. Me included :-)
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Beautiful cathedral and great x-mas market in front of it. It is a very lively place with artists and open cafes.
Gothic Quarter and Cathedral
The Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic) is the oldest part of the city dating back to the 15th century. Most of the buildings are Gothic style, but there are still some Roman ruins and influences.
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The Gothic Cathedral
The Gothic Cathedral you have to see, it’s an impressive building. They started it’s construction in 1298 and it was finished in 19e century.
Inside the Cathedral
This is the main altar of the Cathedral, which is also beautiful. Besides you will find an inner yard with trees and cute geese that live inside the cathedral since many years ago!
The Cathedral (1)
A nice sample of gothic art.
The main part of the current cathedral was started to built in 1298 and finished in the middle of the 15th century.
inside the cathedral
The visit of the cathedral is simply amazing even because we ended up there without knowing how and found a really great gothic church.
In the gothic district of Barcelona, you can find the city's main cathedral. It is extremely gothic looking, weathered, and massive in size.
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Sunday afternoons in front of...
Sunday afternoons in front of the Cathedral of Barcelona.
Locals meet in the square in front and do traditional Catalyan dances. Everyone dances and it's easy to join in.
The front fasade of La Seu...
The front fasade of La Seu Catedral is highly impressing. The Catedral is dedicated to Santa Eulàlia, Barcelona´s feminine saint.
Barcelona's Cathedral was...
Barcelona's Cathedral was start to built in the XIII century. Big cloister. Inside you'll see a really beatiful chorus. Guided visits to do inside!
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