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Sant Antoni

And the festivals of the Tres Tombs The neighborhood takes its name from the church

Pep Ventura (eng)

Grandpa Pep Josep Maria Ventura y Casas, popularly known by the name of Pep Ventura, besides working as a musician and composer he was also aconductor. He came to compose more than 400 pieces in total. As aperformer, he played various instruments including the tenor, which he studied and transformed in the standard it is today, and to this must be her nickname Pep of the Tenor. Thanks to its versatility and predisposition, Ventura made great innovations in the composition of sardanas and reformed the structure of the stanza and that’s

Torras i Bages

Catalan Tradition Josep Torras i Bages was born in 1846 in Sant Valentí of Cabanyes,


The tress of the alder grove The Verneda is a neighborhood of Sant Adrià de


The Canellas Fountain The first reference to the neighbourhood’s name of Canyelles was documented under

Badalona – Pompeu Fabra (eng)

The author of the catalan grammar The name Badalona comes from Baétulo, a name that dates from the third century BC, when it was founded by the Romans. However,human remains have been found more than 5000 years ago that makes us think it was a place chosen since Neolithic times. Pompeu Fabra i Poch was born in the small town of Gràcia in 1868 and was the smallest of twelve brothers. It is known worldwide as the author of the modern standards of Catalan language.  {besps}l2Badalona_PompeuFabra{/besps} Do


A community strong as rock This station leads into the Roquetes neighborhood, which abuts with


Clotum Mellis (Honey’s Concavity) In the medieval period, the area which is now known as

Gorg (eng)

The puddle which is not bubbling over  A gorg in Catalan is a puddle the neighbourhood of Badalona, where this stop is, is named after from an ancient puddle though. In the past, the river Besòs was divided into two branches: one came into this area creating puddles; the other,coming up in Poblenou, created 

Baró de Viver

Organizer of the 1929 Expo In the nineteenth century, the land that today comprises the

La Pau

A neighborhood as symbol In the old days, this neighborhood of the Sant Martí district


Clotum Mellis (Honey’s Concavity) In the medieval period, the area which is now known as


A bullring for everything This is the name of the imposing bullring located next to

Sagrada Familia

The eternal temple With the Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaudí was not content with simply building