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Sant Antoni

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

Sagrera

Old Protected Spaces The name of this station derives from the neighborhood in which it

Sant Andreu

Drop everything and follow me! The neighborhood of Sant Andreu de Palomar derives its name

Santa Coloma

The Young Martyr The toponym of Santa Coloma dates back to ancient Rome, in the

Torras i Bages

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

Clot

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

La Pau

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

Paral·lel

The Montmatre of Barcelona This street was officialy inaugurated the 8th October 1894 and it

Baró de Viver

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

Verneda

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

Clot

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

Canyelles

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

Fabra i Puig

Mayor of Barcelona, Marquis of Alella Born in Barcelona in 1866, Ferran Fabra i Puig

Roquetes

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

Fondo

End of Line The trajectory of Line 1, which was planned in 1912, to connect

Glòries

The 12 Catalan Glories The Glòries Catalanes Square was inaugurated by Víctor Balaguer, the person

Marina

The Mediterranean Adventure The name of this station commemorates the glories of both the Catalan