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Philip Stanton mural unveiled as a 'thanks' to Barcelona health service
Culture Sat, Aug 1, 2020

Philip Stanton mural unveiled as a 'thanks' to...

A FAMOUS international artist has decorated a metro station in Barcelona as a 'thank-you' to healthcare staff who battled on the front line during the worst months of the Covid-19 pandemic. US-born Philip...

Barcelona's 'St George' book-and-flower fair to go ahead on July 23
Culture Thu, Jul 9, 2020

Barcelona's 'St George' book-and-flower fair to...

BOOKWORMS and flower-lovers were pleasantly surprised this week to hear Barcelona's iconic fair will, in fact, be going ahead in 2020 – albeit three months late. After the annual festival to celebrate the saint...

Banksy comes to Barcelona
Culture Fri, Feb 28, 2020

Banksy comes to Barcelona

ANONYMOUS British graffiti artist and political activist Banksy has landed in Barcelona – at the , or 'Trafalgar Hall', with over 100 life-sized reproductions of his or her works. Believed to be a well-known...

Unfinished Sagrada Família breaks the 100-metre barrier
Culture Tue, Sep 25, 2018

Unfinished Sagrada Família breaks the 100-metre barrier

BARCELONA'S iconic Sagrada Família cathedral has finally broken the 100-metres-high barrier – 92 years after it started being built. The unusual, ultra-modern and totally-unique temple – the inside of which is...

Books and flowers for Barcelona's 'Saint George's Day': Author Marian Keyes signs her much-loved chick-lit novels
Culture Sun, Apr 23, 2017

Books and flowers for Barcelona's 'Saint...

SAINT George's Day is not just an English celebration, but is alive and well in Catalunya, too – although instead of fire-breathing dragons, master carvers and toasts to the Queen, Spain's north-eastern region...

Syrian pianist who played for refugees to perform in Barcelona
Culture Tue, Feb 28, 2017

Syrian pianist who played for refugees to perform in...

A PIANIST who played for refugees in a camp in Syria nearly two years ago will stage two concerts in Barcelona this week. Aeham Ahmad, 29, from the Syrian capital of Damasco kept his displaced compatriots entertained...

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