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Here is a show room which first started in the year 1849. Here we will speak of a very impressive store speciallizing in just chorizos. Should you have gone to a car show, then you could vizualize how fancy this show room called SENDRA has been arranged. As one comes into the store, a lady well dressed in her uniform in red blazer, she would introduce to you their chorizos, made of fresh produced, meaning non of which have preservatives. The prices varies between the weight, the size and the quality of the chorizos. The exclusive seller of their products happens to be the largest chained department store here in Spain, called "El Corte Ingles".
Updated Feb 28, 2006
Address: C/Verdaguer, 23
Phone: 93 883 3961
No body really knows which divinity was it consecrated to, it could possibly consecrated to the capitolian traid - Jove, Juno and Minerva...it is so, was not dedicated to imperial worship. Disaffected by the end of about the 4th century because to imperial prohibition of worshipping pagan divinities...it was perhaps destined to some other public services. Despite the many years ...hundreds and hundreds of years that the city of Ausona stayed quite abandoned during the saracen dominion. Possibly during the ephemeral occupation of Ausona sometime in year 796 as well as year 824..when the strong walls of the temple were used as a castle. The Roman Temple of Ausa, built in sandstone from around the city, is a prostyle temple- with many columns in the fore part about six columns somewhere in the front part of the Roman Temple. There are quite a heavy technical measurements however, I thought it would really not be so important as our goal is to speak more of how precious these ancient Roman Temple and the Castle of Montcada. Oh! before we forget, let?s speak a bit of the two big stretches of the outer walls of the Castle of Montcada. It was construction of almost square ground plan and along with it is the ground floor which has two floors in the area of so rounded by the patio, or sort of terrace..per say. Let?s try to remember that a bit of sign stuck to the wall touching the church of Piet? recalls King James 1. Before we forget, remember that the castle of Montcada was after the conquests of Majorca. You will find these Temple Roma just as you come out of the cloisura of a very concervative nuns organization
Updated Feb 24, 2006
Address: Next to the Ayunamento in VIC
Sometimes quite, sometimes full of children, the square is the heart of the city. You can cross it ten times a day and every time you can find a new view, a new color, a new point of view over the same place.
Updated May 22, 2004
In the old part of the town you can enjoy this excellent restaurant. Only a few metters from the square, in the old part of the city you can experience the best foot in a quiet place with wonderful people serving you.
Updated Jun 25, 2004
Address: Carrer de Sant Miquel dels Sants, 1
This is the oldest restaurant in town. It has an especial atmosphere, with the same waiters working for years. Nothing new, but nice experience, kind people and great table.
Written Jun 4, 2004
In a narrow street, behind the the Square. A very warm place to eat.
A young couple, Alfons and Gemma will work for you in the way to be at home.
Inside the restaurant, many old black and white pictures from old corners, streets and places of the city and the region are covering the walls.
Ask him all you want about F.C. Barcelona, he is a fan!
Updated May 29, 2004
Address: Carrer de la Riera, 13
Will speak of this common custom here in this small town caled Vic, Catalunya. Here you will see us drinking our good wine from a porron....(without messing up your shirt!)
Written Feb 24, 2006
People from all around the region comes to the old square every tuesday and every saturday to buy all the things you can imagine.
Updated May 20, 2004
Driving all around this region is very dangerous for foreing people on winter. Many days the fog appears and it?s impossible to see where are you in this moment. The ice in the road is dangerous , too.
While the fog is in the city you can?t see from one side to the other side of the street!!
Written May 24, 2004
As you can see in the picture, the PIRINEUS montains are not far from the city. There are excellent views from some parts of Vic.
Written May 24, 2004