Galleries in Barcelona

Drassanes

The Navy Shipyards Las Drassanes are shipyards of civil Gothic style, they were built between

Fontana

The Gràcia fountain The name of the Fontana has its origins in an old property

Alfons X

The Wise Alfonso X The Wise, son of Fernando the Third and Beatriz of Suabia,

Verdaguer

The clergyman of the Catalan Renaissance Jacint Verdaguer i Santaló was born in Folgueroles in

Hostafrancs

A nostalgic hostel Carrer Creu Coberta 22, the address of the old cinema Arenas and

Les Corts

The courts of the rural areas Corts of Sarrià is the original name of this

Barceloneta

Little Barcelona Barceloneta is a diminutive of Barcelona, coined no doubt, by those living nearby

Via Júlia

That Roman colony At first this station was called Roquetes, but in 1999 it was

Lesseps

The French Consul The Lesseps square receives its name in honour of Ferdinand-Marie de Lesseps

Besòs Mar

The last stretch of the River Besòs The neighbourhood of Besòs is situated on the

Diagonal

The Modernist avenue The big avenue that gives name to this station is called in

Liceu

A popular theatre This station has the name of the grand opera house located in

Bogatell

A centuries-old stream In a document that dates back to 1210, there is already mention

Maragall

The modernist poet The poet and writer Joan Maragall was born in Barcelona in 1860.