There is a small garden in the Sant Andreu neighborhood where famous places of Catalonia are represented on a small scale.
Windows can reveal a lot about the personality of house owners, like the ones I saw in the La Clota neighborhood.
The plants kept on the forecourt of the Santa Engràcia church in the La Prosperitat neighborhood create a pleasant composition.
The Escola Industrial is a campus located in the La Nova Esquerra de l’Eixample neighborhood. Its modernist buildings were originally the Can Batlló factory back in the 19th Century.
La Clota is the smallest neighborhood of Barcelona, and the one with the lowest population density. There, the vast majority of houses and workshops were built by their owners back when the area was mainly farmland.
Some trees do have a different shape like the one I saw in the Sant Gervasi-Galvany neighborhood. It adds a note of magic to the place.
Built in the Middle Ages, the church of Sant Martí Vell is one of the must-sees of the Sant Martí de Provençals neighborhood. On both sides of its portal grow all kinds of plants, including yuccas.
For people who live in a big city, it is a real asset to have a garden. In Barcelona, it is pretty common even for humble houses to boast a bit of greenery, like here in the El Camp d’en…
In most Barcelona neighborhoods, including low-income ones, one can find hidden treasures straight out of fairy tales. One walks around the capital city with no set plan in mind and suddenly, out of the blues, comes across an enchanted house…