Barcelona: The City that Re-invented Itself
Barcelona has become one of Europe's most fashionable tourist destinations. Its attractions combine new and old - the extravagant architecture of Gaudi alongside the city's medieval core. In this book, Michael Eaude explains how and why it has tempted so many, and inspired so much great art and literature."
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