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Parc gelat. Parc de l’Hospital Joan XXIII, Tarragona.

Santuari de Queralt. Berga, Berguedà.

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Santuari del Llorito, Tarragona

Sky

Antoni Tapies, suite catalana 1972.

Hornbecker Lens, Pistil Film, RedEye Gel Flash, Taken with Hipstamatic

Video: Santuario de la Virgen de Gracia

Pl. de Sant Pere, Vilabella.

Hornbecker Lens, Pistil Film, No Flash, Taken with Hipstamatic

Directions

Els Pins de Mariscal a la Platja de La Pineda, Vila-seca

Nen Jesús. Pessebre de sorra a la Platja de la Pineda, Vila-seca.

The Matarranya River (Río Matarraña)

The Matarranya River (Spanish: Río Matarraña, Catalan: Riu Matarranya) is a river in the provinces of Teruel and Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain. It begins its course at 1,200 m nordeast of the Tossal d’Encanader, Ports de Beseit. limestone massif near La Pobla de Benifassà.
The Matarranya flows roughly from south to north into the Ebro (Ebre), 4 km east of Faió (Fayón). This river gives its name to the Matarranya Catalan language-speaking comarca of Aragon

Riu Matarranya

El río Matarraña es un río de España, un afluente de la margen derecha del río Ebro. Nace en El Parrisal, paraje natural en Los Puertos de Beceite (Aragón). El curso alto del río discurre entre espectaculares desfiladeros y cortados y entre frondosos bosques. Tiene una longitud de 97 km y discurre en dirección Sur a Norte.

El río nace en el término municipal de Beceite (Teruel), en la confluencia de dos barrancos, aunque sus fuentes y manantiales están en el corazón de los Puertos de Beceite a 1.300 msnm. En su curso final, durante un cortísimo tramo, casi en la desembocadura en la cola del embalse de Riba-Roja en el Ebro, forma la frontera natural entre las provincias de Tarragona y Teruel.

Platja de La Pineda

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Happy new year 2012 from Tarragona.

Hornbecker Lens, Pistil Film, No Flash, Taken with Hipstamatic

Riu Matarranya. Al pas per Vall-de-roures, Matarranya, Terol.

Església Parroquial de Sant Cosme i Sant Damià. La Portellada, Matarranya, Terol.

Santuari de la Mare de Déu de Gràcia. La Freixneda, Matarranya, Terol.

Església Sta. Maria la Major. La Freixneda, Matarranya, Terol.

Projecte 52 fotos, 52 setmanes (52/2011): Repte aconseguit
http://www.elmaky.com/catala/522011-repte-aconseguit.html

Explicació projecte 52/2011 – http://www.elmaky.com/general/projecte-52-2011.html

Casal del Poble, Plaça de l’Església, Vilabella.

Matty ALN Lens, AO DLX Film, No Flash, Taken with Hipstamatic

Forum de la Colònia. Tarragona.

Església Santa Maria La Major de Montblanc

Vistes des de l’Església de Santa Maria la Major. Montblanc, Conca de Barberà.

Església de Santa Maria la Major. Montblanc, Conca de Barberà.

Plaça Major. Montblanc, Conca de Barberà.

Carrer Major. Montblanc, Conca de Barberà.

Muralles. Montblanc, Conca de Barberà.

Portal de Sant Antoni. Montblanc, Conca de Barberà.

Montblanc is the capital of the Catalan comarca Conca de Barberà, in the Spanish province of Tarragona.
The Prades Mountains are located in the vicinity of this municipality.

52/2011: 52. Montblanc

52/2011: 52. Montblanc.
Portal de Sant Antoni, Muralles (s. XIV), Montblanc, Conca de Barberà.

Company de viatge.

John S Lens, Ina’s 1935 Film, No Flash, Taken with Hipstamatic

Valls is the capital of the comarca of Alt Camp, in Catalonia, Spain. The typical food is calçots and also typical are the human towers called castells.

52/2011: 51. Valls

Monument als Castellers (hdr). Valls, Alt Camp.

Km. 0 del món casteller. Plaça del Blat, Valls, Alt Camp.

Tions amb la llengua fora: @Francesc Pérez (por Tarragona Turisme)

Façana de la Catedral: @Francesc Perez (por Tarragona Turisme)

Pueblos de Tarragona: El Vendrell

52/2011: 51. Valls.
Monument als Castellers (1969), Valls, Alt Camp.

Roques de la platja del Miracle, davant el Fortí de la roca: @Francesc Perez (por Tarragona Turisme)

Catedral de Santa Maria de TarragonaTarragonaTarragonaPla de la Catedral

Tarragona, una expo en Flickr.

Fotografias de la ciudad de Tarragona

Fotos de Carme Ribes, Juliano Madureira, magarlo y …THRë is for no one…

023_2 Tensando el cableRoques de la platja del Miracle, davant el Fortí de la roca: @Francesc PerezFaçana de la Catedral: @Francesc Perez

Fotos presentadas, una expo en Flickr.

Fotos mías presentadas a webs/concursos

Fotos de CONSTRUMATICA y Tarragona Turisme

El Vendrell is a town located in Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain, in a wine-growing region. It is wedged between the Mediterranean and the Litoral mountain ranges. El Vendrell is the capital of the Baix Penedès comarca and a tourist spot.

52/2011: 50. El Vendrell

Monument a Pau Casals a El Vendrell

Monument a Pau Casals. El Vendrell, Baix Penedès

Església del Santíssim Salvador. Plaça Vella, El Vendrell.

Posta de sol a Vilabella

52/2011: 50. El Vendrell.
Monument a Pau Casals, Plaça Nova (1985). El Vendrell, Baix Penedès.

Lights (Taken with Instagram at Plaça de Catalunya)

Under Tarraco (Taken with Instagram at Circ Romà Tarragona)

Church (Taken with Instagram at Santa María La Mayor)

Vall-de-roures

Vilanova i la Geltrú is a city in the province of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and the capital of the Garraf comarca. Originally a fishing port, the city has a growing population of approximately 66,000, and is situated 40 km south-west of Barcelona, with the more famous coastal resort of Sitges some 10 km to the north-east.

52/2011: 49. Vilanova i la Geltrú

52/2011: 49. Vilanova i la Geltrú.
Monument a Josep Tomàs Ventosa, Plaça de la Vila (s. XIX). Vilanova i la Geltrú, Garraf.

Vilafranca del Penedès, or simply Vilafranca, is the capital of the comarca of the Alt Penedès in Catalonia, Spain. The Spanish spelling of the name, Villafranca del Penedés, is no longer in official use. It is situated in the Penedès Depression on the left bank of the Foix River, and on the main axis of communication from Barcelona to Valencia, served by a RENFE railway line (L4) and by the AP-7 autopista as well as by the C-243 and C-244 roads to Vilanova i la Geltrú and Igualada respectively.

The town was founded in the middle of the 12th century as a result of the decline of Olèrdola, which had been until then the main local centre. It was established as the seat of a vegueria in 1304. The Corts were held in the town in 1218 under King James I of Aragon, and again in 1358–59 and in 1367. King Peter III of Aragon died while staying at the royal palace in Vilafranca in 1285.

52/2011: 48. Vilafranca del Penedès

Façana Basilica de Santa Maria (b/n).
Vilafranca del Penedès.

Renau, El Tarragonés (unes hores després)#hdr #sensefiltre (Taken with Instagram at Renau)

Renau, El Tarragonés #hdr #sensefiltre (Taken with Instagram at Renau)

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Sant Feliu de Llobregat is a city and municipality in Catalonia, Spain, in the province of Barcelona. It is the capital of the comarca of Baix Llobregat, and the see of a Bishopric since June 2005, when the Archbishopric of Barcelona was divided in three.

Sant Feliu is situated in the valley of the river Llobregat, and goes up to Parc de Collserola. The closest mountains to the city, which belong to the Serra de Collserola, are the Puig d’Olorda (436.4 m), the Penya del Moro (375 m), the Puig Aguilar (387 m) and the Puig Sant Pere Màrtir (389 m).

52/2011: 47. Sant Feliu de Llobregat

Taken with Instagram at Hospital Joan XXIII

Parc a Sant Feliu

View from my new window (Taken with Instagram at Vilabella)

52/2011: 48. Vilafranca del Penedès.
Basílica de Santa Maria (s. XIII-XV). Vilafranca del Penedès, Alt Penedès, Barcelona.

Entrada a la Tarraco Imperial (Taken with Instagram at Arc de Barà)

Blue Tower (Taken with Instagram at Vilanova I La Geltru)

Church (Taken with Instagram at Santa Maria)

Ibiza is a Spanish island in the Mediterranean Sea 79 km off the coast of the city of Valencia in Spain. It is the third largest of the Balearic Islands, an autonomous community of Spain. With Formentera, it is one of the two Pine Islands or Pityuses. Its largest cities are Ibiza Town (Catalan: Vila d’Eivissa, or simply Vila), Santa Eulària des Riu and Sant Antoni de Portmany. Its highest point, called Sa Talaiassa (or Sa Talaia), is 475 m/1,558 ft above sea level.

52/2011: 46. Eivissa

Port of Ibiza (lomo)

52/2011: 47. Sant Feliu de Llobregat.
Catedral de Sant Llorenç (s. XX), Sant Feliu de Llobregat, Baix Llobregat .

#aquehuelenlasnubes #liniadesqui (Taken with Instagram at Vilabella)

Molí a Formentera

Portal de Ses Taules (b/n). Eivissa, Les Pitüses, Balears .

Dalt Vila de nit. Eivissa, Les Pitüses, Balears .

The Cathedral (Taken with Instagram at Torre Pretori)

52/2011: 46. Eivissa.
Portal de ses Taules (s. XVI), Muralles, Eivissa, Balears.

Sant Francesc de Formentera is the capital and main town of Formentera, the headquarters of the council and the main services of the island. It forms one of the three parishes of Formentera and the town is in the sale of his Miranda – Cala Saona.
The village had 987 inhabitants in the census of 2007, but most of the population is scattered. The parish includes the villages of La Savina and ses Bardet, and sales from the scrub, the Ca Mari – Migjorn is Cap de Barbaria, Sa Miranda – Cala Saona is December Catalan and Porto Pi-sale. The total of the parish has 4,500 inhabitants.

52/2011: 45. Sant Francesc de Formentera

Molí a Formentera. Pitïuses, Illes Balears .

Església de Sant Ferran de ses Roques (HDR). Pitïuses, Illes Balears .

Ramon Berenguer III (Taken with Instagram at Plaça De Ramon Berenguer El Gran)

Oigo #Música #fiestagram (Taken with Instagram at Torre Dels Vents)

52/2011: 45. Sant Francesc de Formentera.
Església de Sant Francesc Xavier (s. XVIII), Sant Francesc de Formentera, Illa de Formentera, Balears .

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España, un álbum en Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
Fotografías varias por el territorio español

Maó is a municipality and the capital city of the Balearic Island of Minorca (the Balearic Islands form an autonomous Spanish community), located in the eastern part of the island. Mahon has the second deepest natural harbor in the world: 5 km long and up to 900m. wide. The water is deep but it remains mostly clear due to it being slightly enclosed.
Its population in 2009 was estimated to be 29,495 inhabitants.

52/2011: 44. Maó

Eivissa la nuit (Taken with Instagram at Recinto amurallado de Dalt Vila)

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Portal de Ses Taules (super 8 video)

Eivissa des del Baluard de Santa Llúcia (Taken with Instagram at Baluard de Santa Llúcia)

Como diria Pocholo Fiiiieeeeestttaaaasa (Taken with Instagram at Aeropuerto ibiza)

Maó de nit. Menorca, Illes Balears .

Port de Maó. Menorca, Illes Balears .

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52/2011: 44. Maó. Església i claustre del Carme (s. XVIII). Maó, Menorca .

Catedral de Palma

Castell de Bellver, Palma de Mallorca

Palma is the major city and port on the island of Majorca and capital city of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands in Spain. The names Ciutat de Mallorca (English: City of Majorca) and Ciutat were used before the War of the Spanish Succession and are still used by people in Majorca. However, the official name was Mallorca, the same as the island. It is situated on the south coast of the island on the Bay of Palma. As of the 2009 census, the population of the city of Palma proper was 401,270, and the population of the entire urban area was 517,285, ranking as the twelfth largest urban area of Spain. Almost half of the total population of Majorca live in Palma. The Cabrera Archipelago, though widely separated from Palma proper, is administratively considered part of the municipality. Its airport, Son Sant Joan, serves over 22 million passengers each year. The Marivent Palace was offered by the city to the then Prince Juan Carlos I of Spain. The royals have since spent their summer holidays in Palma.

52/2011: 43. Palma

Port de Palma – Castell de Bellver. Palma de Mallorca, Illes Balears .

Monument al Rei Jaume I el Conqueridor (HDR). Pl. Espanya, Palma de Mallorca, Illes Balears .

Catedral de Palma de nit. Palma de Mallorca, Illes Balears .

Panoràmica de la Badia de Palma. Des del Castell de Bellver, Palma de Mallorca .

52/2011: 43. Palma. Catedral de Palma (s. XIII-XVI), Mallorca, Illes Balears .

The invisible photographer

Barcelona is the capital and the most populous city of Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain, after Madrid, with a population of 1,621,537 within its administrative limits on a land area of 101.4 km2 (39 sq mi). The urban area of Barcelona extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population of between 4,200,000 and 4,500,000 on an area of 803 km2 (310 sq mi), being the sixth-most populous urban area in the European Union after Paris, London, Ruhr area, Madrid and Milan. About five million people live in the Barcelona metropolitan area. It is also Europe’s largest metropolis on the Mediterranean coast. It is the main component of an administrative area of Greater Barcelona, with a population of 3,218,071 in an area of 636 km² (density 5,060 hab/km²). It is located on the Mediterranean coast between the mouths of the rivers Llobregat and Besòs and is bounded to the west by the Serra de Collserola ridge (512 m/1,680 ft).

52/2011: 42. Barcelona

Arc de Triomf (b/n). Barcelona. Obra de s.XIX

52/2011: 42. Barcelona. Castell dels Tres Dragons (s. XIX), Parc de la Ciutadella, Barcelona.

Mataró is the capital and largest city of the comarca of the Maresme, in the province of Barcelona, Catalonia Autonomous Community, Spain. It is located on the Costa del Maresme, to the south of Costa Brava, between Cabrera de Mar and Sant Andreu de Llavaneres, to the north-east of Barcelona. As of 2010, it had a population of c. 122,932 inhabitants.

Mataró dates back to Roman times when it was a village known as “Iluro” or “Illuro”. The ruins of a first century BC Roman bath house (known locally as the Torre Llauder) were recently discovered and can be visited. The coastal N-II highway follows the same path as the original Roman road.

Mataró was declared a city by royal decree, even though at the time (nineteenth century) the population fell short of the requirement for city status.

The first railway in peninsular Spain was the Mataró – Barcelona (opened on 28 October 1848), led by the Catalan businessman and Mataró native Miquel Biada. This line now forms part of the RENFE R1 suburban service between L’Hospitalet de Llobregat and Maçanet-Massanes. Mataró is also connected with Barcelona and Girona by the C-32 autopista (freeway) and with Granollers by the C-60 autopista.

52/2011: 41. Mataró

Porta Laietana (HDR). Mataró, Maresme.

Bon dia ningú ho ha demanat però fa un bon dia (Taken with Instagram at Església De Santa Maria)

Port de Maó

Vueling 2 (Taken with Instagram at Aeropuerto de Menorca)

52/2011: 41. Mataró. Basílica de Santa Maria (s. XVII), Mataró, Maresme

Costa (Taken with Instagram at Fortin De La Reina)

Objectiu …. La Lluna (Taken with Instagram at La Ramba Nova Tarragona)

Vic is the capital of the comarca of Osona, in the Barcelona Province, Catalonia, Spain. Vic’s location, only 69 km far from Barcelona and 60 km from Girona, has made it one of the most important towns in central Catalonia.

Vic is of ancient origin. Vic, in past times, was called Ausa by the Romans. Iberian coins bearing this name have been found there. The Visigoths called it Ausona.

During the 8th and 9th centuries, Vic sat in the Spanish Marches that separated Frankish and Islamic forces. It was destroyed in 788 during a Muslim incursion. Afterwards only one quarter was rebuilt, which was called Vicus Ausonensis (vicus is Latin for city borough), from which the name Vic was derived. It was repopulated by Wilfred the Hairy in 878 who gained control over the high part of the city and gave up the lowest part to the bishop to construct the episcopal see. From then on, the city was ruled by the count of Barcelona and by the bishop of Vic.

At a council in Toulouges in 1027, the bishop of Vic established the first Peace and Truce of God that helped reduce private warfare.

During the 18th century the city was the first focus of the rebellion against the centralist policy of King Philip V of Spain. The conflict became the War of the Spanish Succession, which resulted in Catalonia losing its freedom as a nation.

In the early 20th century Vic had 9500 inhabitants, and in 1992 it hosted Roller Hockey events of the Barcelona 1992 Summer Olympics.

52/2011: 40. Vic

Pont de Queralt. Panoràmica del Pont de Queralt (s. XI), Vic, Osona

Capvespre (Taken with Instagram at Torre Dels Vents)

52/2011: 40. Vic. Temple romà (s. II), Vic, Osona

Fotografiando la Catedral de Palma de Mallorca

Badia de Palma (Taken with Instagram at Castell de Bellver)

Camara Nocturna

Sa Catedral (Taken with Instagram at Catedral de Palma)

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Campanar de la Catedral de Castelsardo. Illa de Sardenya, Itàlia

Vistes des de Castelsardo. Illa de Sardenya, Itàlia

Castelsardo. Illa de Sardenya, Itàlia

Entrant al port de Palau. Illa de Sardenya, Itàlia

Platja Costa Esmeralda. Illa de Sardenya, Itàlia

Costa Esmeralda. Illa de Sardenya, Itàlia

Alghero is a town of about 44,000 inhabitants in Italy. It lies in the province of Sassari in northwestern Sardinia, next to the sea.

The area of today’s Alghero has been settled since pre-historic times. The so-called Ozieri culture was present here in the 4th millennium BCE while the Nuraghe civilization was present in the area around 1500 BCE, as traces of Phoenician buildings have been found not far from the city.

Due to its strategic position in the Mediterranean Sea, Alghero was built around a fortified port, founded around 1102 by the Genoese Doria family. The Doria ruled it for centuries, apart from a brief period under the rule of Pisa (1283–1284). In 1353 it was captured by the Aragonese under Bernardo de Cabrera, and could later grow thanks to the arrival of Catalan colonists. In the early 16th century Alghero received the status of King’s City (ciutat de l’Alguer) and developed economically.

52/2011: 39. L’Alguer

L’Alguer. L’Alguer (en italià: Alghero, en sard: S’Alighèra, en sasserès La Liéra) és una ciutat tradicionalment de llengua catalana situada a Sardenya (Itàlia), al nord-oest de l’illa, a la província de Sàsser a la regió de Nurra.
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El Campanil. Catedral de Santa Maria de l’Alguer (s. XVI).
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Nulles, Alt Camp, Tarragona, Catalunya (Taken with Instagram at Nulles)

52/2011: 39. L’Alguer. Muralles de la ciutat (s. XIII), L’Alguer, Sardenya, Itàlia

Al agua patos

Sopa de Cabra (Tarraco Arena Plaça). 24.09.11. Tarragona

Sopa de Cabra (Tarraco Arena Plaça). 24.09.11. Tarragona

Sopa de Cabra (Tarraco Arena Plaça). 24.09.11. Tarragona

Pilar caminant dels Xiquets del Serrallo. Dia de la Mercé. Tradicional pujada de pilars del Pla de la Seu de la Catedral de Tarragona (24-09-2011).

5 de 8 dels Xiquets de Tarragona. Diada de Santa Tecla (23-09-2011). Plaça de la Font, Tarragona

4 de 9 de la Colla Xiquets de Tarragona. Diada de Santa Tecla (23-09-2011). Plaça de la Font, Tarragona

Pilars pujant les escales de la Catedral (Taken with Instagram at Catedral de Tarragona)

Diada Castellera de Santa Tecla 2011 (Taken with Instagram at Plaça de la Font)

Platja Tamarit (vintage). Fotografia realitzada amb aplicació Instagram (iPhone 4)

Platja Roques Planes (vintage). Fotografia realitzada amb aplicació Instagram (iPhone 4)

Cala Fonda (vintage). Fotografia realitzada amb aplicació Instagram (iPhone 4)

Cala Jobera (vintage). Fotografia realitzada amb aplicació Instagram (iPhone 4)

Platja de La Savinosa (vintage). Fotografia realitzada amb aplicació Instagram (iPhone 4)

Platja Els Capellans (vintage). Fotografia realitzada amb aplicació Instagram (iPhone 4)

Platja del Miracle (vintage). Fotografia realitzada amb aplicació Instagram (iPhone 4)

Platja de La Móra (vintage). Fotografia realitzada amb aplicació Instagram (iPhone 4)

Platja Llarga (vintage). Fotografia realitzada amb aplicació Instagram (iPhone 4)

Platja de l’Arrabassada (vintage). Fotografia realitzada amb aplicació Instagram (iPhone 4)

Estadi Olímpic de Barcelona

Plaça de la Font, comencen les festes

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Gegants i Capgrossos

Palau de la Generalitat, Barcelona

La Bisbal d’Empordà is the capital of the comarca of the Baix Empordà in Catalonia, Spain.

The town is 29 km south east of Girona, 12 km west of Palafrugell and 19 km north west of Palamós. The town lies on the C-66 road between Girona and Palafrugell/Palamós where it becomes the C-31. The GI-660 to Calonge and Sant Feliu de Guíxols and GI-664 to Cassà de la Selva cross the Gavarres mountains. The municipality lies on the northern edge of the Gavarres mountains and on the banks of the Darò river a tributary of the River Ter.

52/2011: 38. La Bisbal d’Empordà

52/2011: 38. La Bisbal d’Empordà.
Pont Vell (s. XVII). La Bisbal d’Empordà, Baix Empordà, Girona

Fuck Yeah Tarragona

At Plaça de Sant Jaume: “Saló de Cent de l’Ajuntament de Barcelona”

At Pont de Queralt: “El mochilero fotográfico”

Girona is a city in the northeast of Catalonia, Spain at the confluence of the rivers Ter, Onyar, Galligants and Güell, with an official population of 96,236 in January 2009. It is the capital of the province of the same name and of the comarca of the Gironès.

52/2011: 37. Girona

Catedral de Girona. @xeniarm es veuen totes les escales i la façana elis elis 😛

Declaración de amor Tuentiril

52/2011: 37. Girona. Catedral de Santa maria de Girona (s. XIV-XVIII). Girona, el Gironès.

On September 11, Catalonia commemorates the 1714 Siege of Barcelona defeat during the War of the Spanish Succession. As a punishment for their support to the claim of Habsburg Archduke Charles to the throne of Spain, institutions and rights of the territories of the Crown of Aragon were abolished by the victorious Bourbon monarchy in line with the political evolution occurring in other parts of Europe at the same time.
In 1980, the restored Generalitat de Catalunya (autonomous Government of Catalonia) proclaimed the 11th of September as the Catalan National Day (Catalan: La Diada Nacional de Catalunya; Eastern Catalan: [ɫə ðiˈaðə nəsiuˈnaɫ də kətəˈɫuɲə], Western Catalan: [la ðiˈaða nasioˈnaɫ de kataˈluɲa]).

Organizations and political parties traditionally lay floral offerings at the monuments of Rafael Casanova and General Moragues for their fight against the Bourbon army. Catalan nationalists also meet at the Fossar de les Moreres, where they pay homage to the defenders of city who died during the siege and were buried there. Throughout the day, there are political demonstrations, concerts and celebration events. Many citizens wave senyeres and estelades.

September 11: National Day of Catalonia

Sopa de Cabra (Palau Sant Jordi). 9.09.11. Barcelona

Sopa de Cabra (Palau Sant Jordi). 9.09.11. Barcelona

Sopa de Cabra (Palau Sant Jordi). 9.09.11. Barcelona

Catedral de Girona
Inici s. XIV – Acabament s. XVIII.
Estil Gòtic català.
Materials utilitzats pedra i vidre.
Alçat 30 m, Planta 22,98 x 55 m

Ripoll is the capital of the comarca of Ripollès, in the province of Girona, Catalonia, Spain. It is located on confluence of the Ter River and its tributary Freser, next to the Pyrenees near the French border. The population was 11,057 in 2009.

The first traces of humans inhabiting the area date from the Bronze Age and can be seen in form of dolmens such as those found in El Sot de Dones Mortes or in Pardinella. This area was later used by peoples from the Atlantic culture to store bronze weapons and as a passway from the Catalan Central Depression to the Pyrenees. The area also has tombs from the late Roman occupation age and some belonging to the Visigoths.

It has a famous Benedictine monastery built in the Romanesque style, Santa Maria de Ripoll, founded by the count Wilfred the Hairy in 879. The count used it as a centre to repopulate the region after conquering it. In the High Middle Ages, its castle, the Castle of Saguardia, located in the county of Les Llosses was ruled by the Saguàrdia family, of which Ponç de la Guàrdia was a famous troubadour.

52/2011: 36. Ripoll

Monestir de Santa Maria de Ripoll. El monestir va ser fundat any 880 pel comte Guifré el Pilós. La seva missió era la de repoblar les valls del riu Ter i ampliar les seves possessions cap a la Cerdanya i Ponts.

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At Platja de l’Arrabassada: “Aquapark natural”

Olot is the capital of the comarca of the Garrotxa, in the province of Girona, Catalonia, Spain.

Olot is located on a plain surrounded by the mountain ranges of Valentí, Aiguanegra, the plateau of Batet, Marboleny and Sant Valentí de la Pinya. The plain is crossed by the Fluvià river and the Riudaura stream. The presence of volcanic materials helps to give personality to the landscape. There are four volcanoes in the city of Olot: the Montolivet, the Montsacopa, the Garrinada and the Bisaroques.

52/2011: 35. Olot

52/2011: 35. Olot. Cràter del volcà Motsacopa amb l’ermità de San Francesc al fons. Olot, La Garrotxa

El Castillo de Tamarit, de estilo románico, está situado sobre un promontorio a orillas del mar Mediterráneo. Está rodeado del antiguo núcleo medieval de Tamarit, que formaba una pequeña aldea en torno al castillo del que queda muy poco. La muralla se abría por cuatro puertas, de las cuales se conservan dos, la de la Mora y la de la Cruz.

La construcción del castillo data del siglo XI y pertenecía al condado de Barcelona y fue transferido a la saga de los Claramunt, que mantuvo hasta el siglo XIII. En el siglo XIV, época en la que se construyó la muralla, pasó a manos del arzobispado de Tarragona, que conservó hasta el siglo XIX, aunque en el siglo XVII compartir el señorío con la familia Montserrat, cuando en 1681 Carlos II concede a Francesc de Montserrat el título de primer marqués de Tamarit. Fue gobernador de Tarragona, señor de Montoliu y de la baronía de Altafulla. En esta época se reconstruyó la muralla y se construyó la torre principal logrando la estructura actual.

En 1916, el arzobispo de Tarragona vendió el lugar al magnate norteamericano Charles Deering, que hizo una restauración de tipo romántico a cargo de Ramon Casas y Joan Ruiz. Se conservan elementos románicos y góticos. Actualmente es propiedad de la Sociedad Betren.

Actualmente en su interior se ubica un restaurante donde se celebran celebraciones (www.castillodetamarit.com).

Se puede acceder a él en coche mediante la N-340, o con la Línea 9 del autobús urbano de Tarragona, que os dejará a pocos metros del Castillo y Cala Jobera, conocida popularmente también Cala del Castillo, donde se pueden ver las vistas que os he plasmado en las fotografías.

El Castillo de Tamarit junto al Castillo del pueblo pedáneo de Ferrán, son las dos únicas fortificaciones que se conservan en pleno estado de conservación del municipio de Tarragona.

Algún día me escaparé al Castillo de Ferrán para mostraros imágenes de él, ya que también vale mucho la pena.

Cala Jobera – Castell de Tamarit. El castell de Tamarit (s.XI), d’estil romànic, està situat sobre un promontori a la vora de la mar Mediterrània al terme municipal de Tarragona. Està envoltat de l’antic nucli medieval de Tamarit, que formava un petit llogaret al voltant del castell del que en resta ben poca cosa.

Figueres is the capital of the comarca of Alt Empordà, in the province of Girona, Catalonia, Spain.
The town is the birthplace of artist Salvador Dalí, and houses the Teatre-Museu Gala Salvador Dalí, a large museum designed by Dalí himself which attracts many visitors. It is also the birthplace of Narcís Monturiol i Estarriol, inventor of the first successful machine-powered submarine. Also born here was Mónica Naranjo, one of the best selling Spanish singers of the 1990s and 2000s.

52/2011: 34. Figueres

Las Arenas

Monument a Francesc Pujols. Salvador Dalí (Teatre-Museu Dalí, Figueres)

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Beer and beach

52/2011: 34. Figueres. Torre Galatea (s. XVII). Treate-Museu Dalí, Figueres, Alt Empordà

Diada de Sant Magí 2011

Céret is a commune in the Pyrénées-Orientales department in southern France. It is the capital of Vallespir historical Catalan comarca.
The town lies in the foothills of the Pyrénées mountains, in southern France. It has an altitude of 175–1400 meters. It is located 7 km (4.3 mi) from the Autoroute A9, 200 km (120 mi) from Montpellier, 250 km (160 mi) from Toulouse and 180 km (110 mi) from Barcelona. It lies on the river Tech. The GR 10 footpath runs close by.

52/2011: 33. Ceret

At Plaça de la Catedral: “Catedral”

Las Arenas

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Perpignan is a commune and the capital of the Pyrénées-Orientales department in southern France. Perpignan was the capital of the former province and county of Roussillon (Rosselló in Catalan) and continental capital of the Kingdom of Majorca in the 13th and 14th centuries.

52/2011: 32. Perpinyà

Prades is a commune and a sub-prefecture of the Pyrénées-Orientales department in southern France. It is the capital of the historical Conflent comarca. Its inhabitants are called Pradéens.
It is located in the Pyrenees Mountains next to the Canigó and Têt River. Its nearby towns include Codalet, Eus, Vinça, Villefranche-de-Conflent.

52/2011: 31. Prada

Monastir de Ripoll

Haciendo fotos al Monasterio de Ripoll http://on.fb.me/odhhpj

At Monestir de Santa Maria: “Monestir de Ripoll”

Torre Galatea, Theatre-Museum Dalí

52/2011: 32. Ceret

Porta d’Espanya (s. XIV). Ceret, Pirineus Orientals, Llenguadoc-Rosselló, França http://on.fb.me/nCaAyu

52/2011: 32. Perpinyà

Castellet (s. XIV). Perpinyà. Pirineus Orientals, Llenguadoc-Rosselló, França http://on.fb.me/pteb0v

Villefranche-de-Conflent. Murallas, Puerta de Francia y Bastión de Dauphin

Església de Nostra Seyora dels Àngels de Llívia. De nau única, amb absis poligonal, capelles laterals i campanar de torre adossat. La façana, renaixentista, està ornamentada amb columnes, fornícules i frontó, flanquejada per dues torres circulars. Segle XVI.
Llívia, Baixa Cerdanya

At Casal de Vilabella: “Amb la juventud del poble”

Puigcerdà is the capital of the Catalan comarca of Cerdanya, in the province of Girona, Catalonia, northern Spain, by the river Segre, right by the border with France (it abuts directly onto the French town of Bourg-Madame).
Puigcerdà is located near the site of a Cerretani settlement, which was incorporated into Roman territory. The Roman town was named Julia Libyca.
It was founded in 1178 by King Alfonso I of Aragon, Count of Barcelona. In 1178 it replaced Hix as the capital of Cerdanya. Hix is now a village in the commune of Bourg-Madame, in the French part of Cerdagne.
Puigcerdà was unique during the Spanish Civil War in having a democratically elected Anarchist council.

52/2011: 30. Puigcerdà

52/2011: 31. Prada. Monument a Pau Casals. Prada, Conflent, Catalunya nord, França

Berga is the capital of the comarca (county) of Berguedà, in Catalonia, Spain.
Berga derives its name from the Bergistani, an Iberian tribe that lived in the area before the Roman conquest. The Bergistani were first subdued by Hannibal in 218 BC. They rebelled twice against the Romans and were twice defeated; after their second uprising, much of the tribe was sold into slavery. Livy mentions their principal town, Castrum Bergium which was likely the precursor to the modern town of Berga.
Berga was ruled by viscounts in the Early Middle Ages and it had its own counts from 988.
Berga was sold to king Peter II of Aragon in 1199.
Berga is perhaps most famous for its traditional festival of “La Patum”, a celebration which occurs every Corpus Christi, lasting for five days.

52/2011: 29. Berga

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Manresa is the capital of the Comarca of Bages, located in the geographic centre of Catalonia, Spain, and crossed by the river Cardener. It is an industrial area with textile, metallurgical, and glass industries. The houses of Manresa are arranged around the basilica of Santa María de la Seo. Saint Ignatius of Loyola stopped to pray in the town on his way back from Montserrat in 1522. He also read in solitude in the town for a year, which contributed to the formulation of his Spiritual Exercises. As such, the town is a place of pilgrimage for Catholics.

52/2011: 28. Manresa

Igualada is a municipality of the province of Barcelona in Catalonia (Spain). It is located on the left bank of the Anoia river, and at the western end of the Igualada-Martorell-Barcelona railway. Igualada is the capital and central market of the Anoia comarca, a rich agricultural and wine-producing district. The population, as of 2009, is 38,918.
The city consists of an old town, originated in the 11th century, with narrow and irregular streets, including the remains of a fortress and ramparts, plus a new surrounding town with regular and spacious streets and many fine houses.
The city is 65 kilometers west from Barcelona and 20 kilometers west from the famous mountain and convent of Montserrat.

Igualada hosts the European Balloon Festival, the largest hot air balloon festival in Spain and one of the largest in Europe. It takes place every year, since 1997, at the beginning of July. The city also hosts the Aerosport airshow which takes place every year in April or May.

52/2011: 27. Igualada

El Pont Vell (HDR). El Pont Vell travessa el riu Cardener a Manresa, Bagès

Solsona is a municipality and capital of the comarca of the Solsonès in Catalonia, Spain. It is situated in the centre of the comarca in the Central Catalan Depression. It is served by the C-55 road to Manresa, and is linked to Berga and Bassella by the C-26.
The old town is known as the Clos antic or the Vila vella: it preserves a large part of its fortifications. The cathedral of Santa Maria de Solsona and the episcopal palace are in a neoclassical style. The latter houses the diocean and comarcal museum and the Museum of Salt (Museu de la Sal), with crystals and objects made from the salt of Cardona.

52/2011: 26. Solsona

Sant Esteve d’Olius is a Romanesque church that is located within the municipal Olius Solsonès, province of Lerida, Spain. It was consecrated in the year 1079. It is a good representations of the Catalan Romanesque art. It consists of a nave divided into two areas on the floor diferente, Unidos by two lateral stairs. Permitting them make dicha distribución diferente Guidance Oficios with them depending on which feligresía acudan the church. It has a Romanesque crypt in that formerly accessed by two lateral stairs tapiadas now. The current access to the crypt ago by a single central staircase. The original door staying dormant after an earthquake in the seventeenth century desprendió part of the grounds outside quedando dicha door to two meters above the level of circulation. On it opened up a new door on the west side wall of the church, by which you access Currently.

Estació de Puigcerdà. Puigcerdà, Baixa Cerdanya

Sant Jaume Sesoliveres

52/2011: 30. Puigcerdà on Flickr.

Torre del Campanar (s. XII). Puigcerdà, Baixa Cerdanya, Girona.

El icono de Tumblr en el peaje de la frontera España-Francia, FUCK YEAH!

At Vilabella

Sant Esteve d’Olius on Flickr.

Església románica (s.XI) situada a Olius, Solsonés, Lleida

Ya era hora de cambiar el fondo

52/2011: 29. Berga on Flickr.

Església de Sant Francesc (s. XVIII), Berga, Berguedà, Barcelona

Preparando la camara para un nuevo video de la serie 2min http://on.fb.me/nGW22t

La fotografía HDR

Cervera is the capital of the comarca of Segarra, in the province of Lleida, Catalonia, Spain. The title Conde de Cervera is a courtesy title, formerly part of the Crown of Aragon, that has been revived for Felipe, Prince of Asturias.

52/2011: 25. Cervera

Tàrrega is a village and municipality located in the Urgell comarca, province of Lleida, Catalonia. According to the 2009 census (INE), the village has a population of 16.539 inhabitants.
Tàrrega is the capital of Urgell in the Ondara River basin. There is a park at Sant Eloi mountain (420 m), with a Romanesque church of the 13th century. The climate is Mediterranean/continental. The medium temperature is of 14º, and the average rainfall 451 mm per year (596 mm in 2008[1]). In its theatre fair, held annually each September, Tàrrega welcomes more than 100,000 people.

52/2011: 24. Tàrrega

Monument a la Generalitat on Flickr.

Obra de Josep M. Subirachs.
Naixença de la Generalitat a Cervera 1359

Ermita de Sant Eloi on Flickr.

L’ermita ubicada en el Parc de Sant Eloi, Tàrrega (Urgell), la va fer construir l’argenter targarí Simó Canet el segle XIII, en honor a Sant Eloi, patró dels orfebres.

52/2011: 28. Manresa on Flickr.

El Pont Vell amb la Seu al fons (s. XII i XIV respectivament). Manresa, Bages, Barcelona

El Castellet, Perpinyà, Catalunya, França

Les Borges Blanques is the capital of the comarca of Les Garrigues, in the province of Lleida, Catalonia.
It lies in the southern sector of the central Catalan depression, near the zone watered by the Urgell canal. The high plateaux are covered by beautifully perfumed olive groves as thick as forests. The economy is agricultural, and Les Borges Blanques is a major producer of olives, in particular a variety known as arbequina which produces a highly-prized oil. The cooperative movement has strong roots in the area. There is little or no tourist infrastructure.
The traditional symbol of this city is an ox, which appears on a widely-used but unofficial coat of arms. These remind us that Les Borges Blanques was under the royal jurisdiction.

52/2011: 23. Les Borges Blanques

Valderrobres is a municipality and the major town of the comarca of Matarranya (Spanish: Matarraña) in the province of Teruel, Aragon (Spain). It is located in view of the landscape of the northwestern foothills of the Ports de Tortosa-Beseit, by the Matarranya River, a tributary to the right of the Ebro. Valderrobres is part of the Taula del Sénia free association of municipalities.
The town has a Gothic church of Santa Maria and a Renaissance townhall building.
This town and the surrounding comarca are part of La Franja and the local dialect is a variant of Catalan. The name of the town means “Valley of the Oaks”.

52/2011: 22. Vall-de-roures

Fraga (Spanish: [ˈfɾaɣa]; Catalan: [ˈfɾaɣə], locally: [ˈfɾaɣa]) is the major town of the comarca of Bajo Cinca (Catalan: Baix Cinca) in the province of Huesca, Aragon, Spain. It is located by the river Cinca.
King Alfonso I of Aragon died at its walls in 1134 while trying to conquer it. It was conquered from the Moors by the Count Ramon Berenguer IV of Barcelona in 1149.

52/2011: 21. Fraga

Tamarite de Litera (Catalan pronunciation: [tamaˈɾite ðe liˈteɾa]) or Tamarit de Llitera (Catalan: [təməˈɾid də ʎiˈteɾə], locally: [tamaˈɾid de ʎiˈteɾa]) is the first major town of the comarca of La Litera/La Llitera in the province of Huesca, Aragon, Spain.
It was reconquered from the Moors by Alfonso I of Aragon in 1107.
The local dialect is a variant of Catalan, called Tamarità (Spanish: Tamaritano) by locals.

52/2011: 20. Tamarit de Llitera

Benabarre (Spanish: [benaˈβare]) or Benavarri (Catalan: [bənəˈβari], locally: [benaˈβari]; Aragonese: Benabarri) is a town in the Aragonese county of Ribagorza, in the province of Huesca, Spain.
Traditionally, Benabarre was the capital of the historic County of Ribagorza, which was more expansive in territory than today, and included the comarca of Alta Ribagorça, now in the province of Lleida, Catalonia.
It was during the Spanish War of Independence, from 1808-1814, that the French Napoleonic troops, in retaliation, decided to make Graus the temporary capital of the county. Graus’ population since that time has increased such that it is the largest town in Ribagorza and has consequently evolved into the role of administrative county seat. Despite this, Benabarre continues to be a significant historical and cultural center of attraction.

52/2011: 19. Benavarri

Vistas des de Siurana

52/2011: 27. Igualada on Flickr.

Buscando el encuadre (Manresa)

52/2011: 26. Solsona on Flickr.

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Esglesia de Siurana on Flickr.

Cornudella de Montsant, Priorat

Lleida (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈʎɛjðə], locally: [ˈʎejðɛ]; Spanish: Lérida) is a city in the west of Catalonia, Spain. It is the capital city of the province of Lleida, as well as the largest city in the province and it had 137,387 inhabitants as of 2010, including the contiguous municipalities of Raimat and Sucs. The metro area has about 250,000 inhabitants. It is also the capital city of the Segrià comarca.
Lleida is one of the oldest towns in Catalonia, with recorded settlements dating back to the Bronze Age period. Until the Roman conquest of the Iberian Peninsula, the area served as a settlement for an Iberian people, the Ilergetes. The town became a municipality, named Ilerda, under the reign of Augustus. It was reconquered in 1149, after being many centuries under the rule of the Moors, who had conquered the town in the 8th century. In 1297, the University of Lleida was founded, becoming the third oldest in the whole Spain. During the following centuries, the town was damaged by several wars such as the Reapers’ War in the 17th century and the Spanish Civil War in the 20th century. Since then, the city has been in a constant urban, commercial and demographic growth.

52/2011: 18. Lleida

Balaguer (Catalan pronunciation: [bəɫəˈɣe], locally: [balaˈɣe]) is the capital of the comarca of Noguera, in the province of Lleida, Catalonia, Spain. It is located by the river Segre, a tributary to the Ebre.
Balaguer was conquered from the Moors by Ermengol VI of Urgell in 1106; he made it his new capital, and it remained so for subsequent counts of Urgell.
The town has a Gothic bridge, the “Pont de Sant Miquel,” over the Segre river. This bridge was destroyed during the Spanish Civil War in the battle of “Cap de Pont” (bridgehead battle in 1938) and rebuilt after the war.

52/2011: 17. Balaguer

52/2011: 25. Cervera on Flickr.

Muralles (s. XIV-XV), Cervera, La Segarra, Lleida

Eclipsi de Lluna on Flickr.

Port de Tarragona. 15-06-2011 23:15h

52/2011: 24. Tàrrega on Flickr.

Carrer del Carme, Tàrrega, Urgell, Lleida

Fotografiar el movimiento II on Flickr.

52/2011: 23. Les Borges Blanques on Flickr.

Passeig del Terrall, Les Borges Blanques, Les Garrigues, Lleida

Avui va d’esglésies romàniques

Sort is the capital of the comarca of Pallars Sobirà, in the province of Lleida, Catalonia, in the country of Spain. It is located at 692 metres above the sea, by the river Noguera Pallaresa, a tributary to the Segre. Population 2,113 (2005).
It was once capital of the County of Pallars.
The word sort is Catalan for “luck”. The Sort-based lottery shop La Bruixa d’Or (“The Gold Witch”) has taken advantage of the town’s name to promote itself both within Spain (attracting business from around the country) and over the Internet. They claim to have a disproportionate number of lottery winners.

52/2011: 15. Sort

Intentant fotografiar l’eclipse lunar

Andorra la Vella (Catalan pronunciation: [ənˈdorə ɫə ˈβeʎə], locally: [anˈdɔra la ˈβeʎa]) is the capital of the Co-principality of Andorra, and is located high in the east Pyrenees between France and Spain. It is also the name of the parish that surrounds the capital.
The principal industry is tourism, although the country also earns foreign income from being a tax-haven. Furniture and brandies are local products.

52/2011: 13. Andorra la Vella

Salou

L’església de Sant Joan (Pl. Virreina) on Flickr.

Plaça de la Virreina, Gràcia, Barcelona.
L’església de Sant Joan data del 1884.
Foto realitzada durant el Fotowalk Gràcia 19-2-11 naturpixel.com/2011/02/22/curso-de-fotografia-barcelona-f…

Els Pins de Mariscal, Platja de La Pineda, Vila-seca

Fotografiar el movimiento

Campanar de Gràcia on Flickr.

Plaça de la Vila de Gràcia, Barcelona.
Foto realitzada durant el Fotowalk Gràcia 19-2-11 naturpixel.com/2011/02/22/curso-de-fotografia-barcelona-f…

Castillo de Fraga on Flickr.

Levantado sobre un alto lozano a proximidades del núcleo antiguo sobre las ruinas de una antigua Iglesia que estaba dedicada a San Miguel. Esta imponente construcción fue restaurada y actualmente sus estancias son utilizadas como salas de exposiciones, de teatro y para otras actividades.

Al mercat de l’Abaceria on Flickr.

Puente Medieval de Valderrobres on Flickr.

Puente de piedra de origen medieval, que da la entrada a la vila por la puerta de San Roque. El Castillo de fondo.

52/2011: 22. Vall-de-roures on Flickr.

Església de Santa Maria la Major (s. XIV), Vall-de-roures, Matarranya, Terol, Aragó.

Valencia (Spanish: [baˈlenθja]) or València (Valencian: [vaˈlensia]) is the most populous city of the Autonomous Community of Valencia and the third largest city in Spain, with a population of 809,267 in 2010.[1] It is the 15th-most populous municipality in the European Union. About 1,175,000[2] or 1,564,145[3] people live in the Valencia urban area and 1,705,742[4][5][6] or 2,300,000[7] in the Valencia metropolitan area.
It is integrated into an industrial area on the Costa del Azahar. Its main festival, the Falles, is known worldwide, while the traditional dish, paella, originated around Valencia.
The city contains a dense monumental heritage, including the Llotja de la Seda (World Heritage Site since 1996), but its landmark is undoubtedly the City of Arts and Sciences, an avant-garde and futuristic museum complex.

52/2011: 09. València

Ex-Colegiata de Santa María La Mayor, Tamarite de Litera on Flickr.

La fábrica de la colegiata de Tamarite se inició en época románica, en la segunda mitad del siglo XII. Su construcción se prolongaría hasta el siglo XIII por lo que muestra evidentes señas de transició

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Castillo de Benabarre on Flickr.

Se trata de una construcción de origen musulmán conquistada por Ramiro I a comienzos del siglo XI. Aquella época era la de mayor esplendor del Condado de Ribagorza, una de las ocho Casas Nobles del Reino de Aragón. En 1596, después de muchos asedios y batallas, fue demantelado por Felipe II. Posteriormente sufriría los asedios de las guerras de Independencia y Carlistas.

52/2011: 21. Fraga on Flickr.

Esglèsia Parroquial de Sant Pere (S. XII), Fraga, Baix Cinca, Osca, Aragó

La Seu Vella de Lleida (b/n) on Flickr.

Riu Segre al seu pas per Lleida on Flickr.

Seu Vella de Lleida (HDR, b/n) on Flickr.

The Segre (Catalan and Spanish: Segre; French: Sègre) is a river tributary to the Ebro (Ebre in Catalan) with a basin comprising territories across three states: France, Andorra and Spain.

Lleida des del campanar de la Seu Vella on Flickr.

La Seu Vella de nit on Flickr.

52/2011: 20. Tamarit de Llitera

Riu Segre al pas per Balaguer (HDR) on Flickr.

Espai Natural de la Punta de la Mora (Tarragona)

Santa Maria de Balaguer on Flickr.

Santa Maria de Balaguer és una església gòtica, declarada monument històric-artístic, del municipi de Balaguer, la Noguera.
L’església es va començar a bastir l’any 1351.

Vista de l’esglèsia de Falset on Flickr.

52/2011: 19. Benavarri on Flickr.

Castell de Benavarri (s. X-XI), Baixa Ribagorça, Osca, Aragó

52/2011: 18. Lleida

Claustre de la Seu Vella (s. XIII-XV), Lleida, Segrià

Roc de Sant Gaietà

Vuelven los gladiadores en la Tarraco Viva

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El Drac, gros i verd 😛

Llibres per Sant Jordi on Flickr.

Sant Jordi 2011

Roses on Flickr.

Sant Jordi 2011

Tremp on Flickr.

Al fons el campanar de la Basílica de la Mare de Déu de Valldeflors

Esta es la segunda foto que subí a mi Flickr. Realizada el 15 de diciembre de 2007, y realizada con una cámara compacta, la HP PhotoSmart R717.
Con esta cámara hice gran parte de las fotos del 2007, y parte del 2008, como fueron mi viaje a París, Dublin, y algunos más.
La foto pertenece al río Ebro al paso por Tortosa, un día que pase allí y que recuerdo con cierto cariño. Casi 4 años después veo la foto y en parte me entristece, no por la foto en sí, que aunque no es que sea una gran foto, tampoco habría que calificarla como horrorosa, hasta el extremo de llorar, sino por otras cosas que no vienen al caso.

Variación del valor ‘f’ en la fotografía

Pilars davant la Catedral, Sant Magí 2010

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Decennals Valls 2011, a set on Flickr.

Església Parroquial de Sant Feliu on Flickr.

Sort, Catalunya

Haciendo fotos en Lleida

Paseando por la Catedral

Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias de noche on Flickr.

Valencia

Hemisferio, Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias on Flickr.

Valencia

Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias on Flickr.

Valencia

Torre Eiffel on Flickr.

Haciendo fotos en Balaguer

Catedral de Notre-Dame on Flickr.

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Roc de Sant Gaietà (Roda de Barà) on Flickr.

esta sigue siendo mi foto más visitada cada día, curioso

Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (b/n)DinosaurioCampus CatalunyaFonts al Grau

Francesc Perez photostream on Flickr.

Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias:
Valencia, Comunidad Valenciana, España

Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (b/n):
Valencia, Comunidad Valenciana, España

Dinosaurio:
Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, Valencia, Comunidad Valenciana, España

Basilica de la Mare de Déu de Valldeflors

Amposta Bridge black and white, but you can always see in color

Xàtiva

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El Pont Penjant de Amposta es un diseño de José Eugenio Ribera. Empezó a construirse en 1915, y se terminó el 1921. En su momento fue el segundo puente colgante del mundo que se construyó con el sistema de hormigón armado, tras el puente de Brooklyn de Nueva York, en el cual se inspiró para su construcción. El puente hace 24 metros de altura y su longitud total es de 134 m. Está caracterizado por los dos pilares de piedra en forma de arco de triunfo, de estilo neoclásico alemán en cada orilla del río, y por su estructura metálica sostenida por cables. Durante la guerra civil el puente sufrió dos ataques por parte de la aviación Legionaria italiana que formaba parte del ejército del general Franco, el último fue el 10 de marzo de 1938. Este fue definitivo, ya que se desprendió la totalidad de su estructura, por el efecto de las bombas incendiarias. Fue reinaugurado en 1947.

Riu Ebre al pas per Tortosa

Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias de noche

Pont de les Arcades (Mora d’Ebre)

Grau de Castelló

Plaça del Patí

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Pont Penjat d’Amposta

Pont de les Arcades, Mora d’Ebre

My Challenge Accepted

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Me sienta bien el traje de baño, ¿no?

800ª aniversari de la carta

No me direís que no mola 😀

Tensando el cable

Grúa en la Ría de Bilbao

votáis la foto? xD

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Més que un club

Balcó del Mediterrani (Tarragona)

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