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Torrelles de Llobregat, Spain - 5th July 2012

By: SiniS

Hi mommy!
Do you know what? We visited many places in Catalonia in only an afternoon!!!! “How can it be?” maybe you’re wondering… because we went to Torrelles de Llobregat and we visited “Catalunya en miniatura” (Catalonia in the shape of miniature), it’s a park where are models of famous or important buildings of Catalunya or by Antoni Gaudí (the most important architect)
I will show you some of this buildings or places:

Estació de tren de Mataró (Train station in Mataró)

Esglèsia de Sant Jaume de Frontanyà (Church of Saint James in Frontanyà)

In the left Museu-Arxiu Folklòric de Sant Pere de Ripoll (Museum-Folkoric Archives of Saint Peter in Ripoll) and in the right Monestir de Santa Maria de Ripoll (Monastery of Saint Mary in Ripoll).

Catedral de Santa Maria de Girona (Cathedral of Saint Mary in Girona)

Torre Galatea, Museu Dalí (Galatea tower, Dalí Museum)

El Capricho de Gaudí (in Comillas, Cantabria, Spain)

Parc Güell by Gaudí (Güell Park)

Temple de la Sagrada Familia de Gaudí (Temple of Sacred Family by Gaudí)

Casa Milà-La Pedrera  de Gaudí (Milà Home-The Pedrera by Gaudí) and on the right, Casa Batlló (Batlló Home by Gaudí too)

Tibidabo (Church and amusement park)

Estadi del Futbol Club Barcelona (Futbol Club Barcelona Stadium)

Estudis TV3 (TV3 television studio, the autonomous channel in Catalonia)

Aeroport de El Prat de Llobregat (the airport in El Prat de Llobregat)

Colón with Les Rambles (we visited it some days ago :) )

And the last photo, here we are taking a rest in Plaça Sant Jaume (Saint James Square), in the right there’s l’Ajuntament (the City Council) and in front you can see Els Castellers (people climb up a tower) and its part of Intangible Cultural Heritage for UNESCO.

I suppose it’s more beautiful to see the real buildings but it’s too difficult to do it. Maybe one day we both, you and I, can visit all this places. Would you like to visit them with me, mommy?
I miss you!!

* Posted Jul 18, 2012, 11:54 pm [Quote] Go to the top of the page


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