North of Gràcia and about 4km from Plaça de Catalunya, Park Güell (Barcelona) is where Gaudí turned his hand to landscape gardening. It’s a strange, enchanting place where his passion for natural forms really took flight – to the point where the artificial almost seems more natural than the natural... Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/spain/barcelona/sights/parks-gardens/park-guell#ixzz3LKDNWwhr

North of Gràcia and about 4km from Plaça de Catalunya, Park Güell (Barcelona) is where Gaudí turned his hand to landscape gardening. It’s a strange, enchanting place where his passion for natural forms really took flight – to the point where the artificial almost seems more natural than the natural... Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/spain/barcelona/sights/parks-gardens/park-guell#ixzz3LKDNWwhr

Santa Cueva de Covadonga is a Catholic sanctuary in Asturias, Spain in a cave of the Picos de Europa mountains. The original structure dates to the 8th century, but the original wood carvings were lost in a fire. The carvings were replaced in the 18th century. by Nene 0 hidratoso

Santa Cueva de Covadonga is a Catholic sanctuary in Asturias, Spain in a cave of the Picos de Europa mountains. The original structure dates to the 8th century, but the original wood carvings were lost in a fire. The carvings were replaced in the 18th century. by Nene 0 hidratoso

Besalú is a town in the comarca of Garrotxa, in Girona, Catalonia, Europe. The town's importance was greater in the early Middle Ages, as capital of the county of Besalú, whose territory was roughly the same size as the current comarca of Garrotxa but sometime extended as far as Corbières, Aude, in France. Wilfred the Hairy, credited with the unification of Catalonia, was Count of Besalú. The town was also the birthplace of Raimon Vidal, a medieval troubadour.

Besalú is a town in the comarca of Garrotxa, in Girona, Catalonia, Europe. The town's importance was greater in the early Middle Ages, as capital of the county of Besalú, whose territory was roughly the same size as the current comarca of Garrotxa but sometime extended as far as Corbières, Aude, in France. Wilfred the Hairy, credited with the unification of Catalonia, was Count of Besalú. The town was also the birthplace of Raimon Vidal, a medieval troubadour.

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