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Find in this category our posts about the universal Catalans – that is locals that reached a world-wide fame such as the artist Antoni Gaudí or artists such as Picasso (who wasn’t exactly Catalan but lived in Barcelona during his youth and considered himself one of us), Miró or Salvador Dalí. You’ll also discover our lesser known local celebrities that are worth reading about to understand better the past and present of Barcelona, Catalonia and Spain. Some of the most important characters discussed in this category have their own dedicated tag as well, in case you want to learn more about their works, not just their lives.

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Barcelona sites from the book Origin by Dan Brown

THE BARCELONA OF DAN BROWN IN ORIGIN (WITH SPOILERS)

DAN BROWN ORIGIN LOCATIONS: BARCELONA SITES, ELEMENTS AND LANDSCAPES Next Monday it’s the International Day of Books – St. Jordi, a huge celebration in Catalonia. So what better than discussing books today? And did you know Origin by Dan Brown takes place in Barcelona? Or should I say for the most part, as it also …

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Pablo Picasso facts and stories

5 INTERESTING PABLO PICASSO FACTS (PLUS A BONUS)

STORIES ABOUT THE BIOGRAPHY OF PABLO PICASSO YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT One of the most important museums in Barcelona is the Picasso Museum. And you might be wandering why do we have a Picasso museum if the artist was born in Malaga and lived most of his life in France? Well, he actually spent his …

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Cool interesting facts about salvador dali

MOST INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT SALVADOR DALI

SALVADOR DALI FUN FACTS, FUNKY FACTS AND CURIOUS FACTS Many facts about Salvador Dali will help you understanding better his works and their symbolism. Some are fun facts, some other are quite interesting, and a few can be even disturbing. They talk about live, love, fear and passions, and knowing about them will open your …

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