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Barcelona

Barcelona (Catalan IPA2, Spanish IPA2) is the capital and most ... Gràcia: Vallcarca, El Coll, La Salut, Gràcia, El Camp d'en Grassot

roman sites in spain, 10s bc establishments, ancient mints, barcelona, coastal settlements, host cities of the summer olympic games, mediterranean port cities and towns in spain, municipalities in barcelona, phoenician colonies in spain

Barcelona

Barcelona may refer to: ... Circuit de Catalunya, in Montmeló, Barcelona, Spain, home of the Formula One Spanish Grand Prix Arts

place name disambiguation pages

FC Barcelona

Futbol Club Barcelona (Catalan IPA2, Spanish IPA2), also known simply as Barcelona and familiarly as Barça (Catalan IPA2, Spanish IPA2), is a sports ...

spanish football clubs, barcelona football clubs, catalan football teams, catalan symbols, copa del rey winners, fc barcelona, football (soccer) clubs established in 1899, g-14 clubs, la liga clubs

Barcelona Sporting Club

Barcelona Sporting Club is an Ecuadorian football team based in Guayaquil. ... finishers in the Guayas tournament, Barcelona participated in the newly ...

barcelona sporting club, ecuadorian football clubs, football (soccer) clubs established in 1925, guayaquil (canton seat)

History of Barcelona

The history of Barcelona stretches back well over 2000 years to its origins as an Iberian village, named Barkeno. ... development of Barcelona was ...

history of barcelona

Consistori de Barcelona

) de Barcelona ("Academy of the Gay Science") was a literary academy founded in Barcelona by John the Hunter, King of Aragon and Count of Barcelona, in ...

catalan literature, 1393 establishments

History of FC Barcelona

As a result Foot-Ball Club Barcelona was born. ... Barcelona finished 2007-08 season third in La Liga and reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions ...

fc barcelona

Urban Region of Barcelona

E Urban Region of Barcelona is an area with a high population density in Catalonia, Spain. ... Population Area(km²) Density Barcelona UR 5.355.127 4.268 ...

metropolitan areas of spain, geography of barcelona

Barcelona International Airport

2002: Bashkirian Airlines Flight 2937, which originated in Domodedovo Airport in Moscow, collided with DHL Flight 611 over Germany en route to Barcelona.

barcelona province, transport in barcelona, airports in catalonia

List of Barcelona Metro stations

Sagrera 1954 Barcelona Sant Andreu L1, L5 Sant Andreu 1968 Barcelona Sant Andreu L1 see Sant Andreu Comtal railway station Sant Antoni 1995 Barcelona ...

lists of metro stations, transport in catalonia, barcelona metro stations, transport in barcelona