Sights Barcelona

Camp Nou is the football stadium of Barcelona in Catalonia, Spain. There is room for 99,354 sitting spectators. The Camp Nou stadium is home to FC Barcelona. It is the largest stadium in Europe. Park Güell is a built park designed by Antoni Gaudi, consisting of gardens, sculptures and terraces in Barcelona, ​​which is now one of the most popular sights of the city, the organic style of Gaudi and Catalan modernism. Antoni Gaudí of Cornet was a Catalan architect known for a very original style. Gaudi's style is representative of the artistic style of Catalan modernism, which is similar to the wood / Jugend / art nouveau

Barcelona Tickets. Translated from the English-Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera or "The Quarry," a reference to its unconventional rugged appearance, is a modernist building in Barcelona, ​​Catalonia, Spain. It was the last private home designed by architect Antoni Gaudí and was built between 1906 and 1912. Casa Batlló is a mansion in Barcelona, ​​redesigned by Antoni Gaudí in its very natural style, making parts of the house reminiscent of bones, dragons and plants , and that is considered one of his masterpieces.

Granada and the Alhambra. Granada is a city in the south of Spain. Granada is the capital of the province of Granada in the autonomous Spanish region of Andalusia. The city is approximately at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. 730 meters altitude at the point where the two rivers Darro and Genil meet. The Alhambra is a castle on the Sabikah plateau southeast of Granada in Andalusia. The castle was built by the Moors between 1248 and 1354 under al-Ahmar and his successors. It has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1984 and is Spain's largest tourist attraction

Seville and Alcazar Palace. Seville is the largest city in southern Spain and is crossed by the river Guadalquivir. It is the capital of Andalusia and the province of Seville. Seville has a population of 688,711 inhabitants. Seville is known to many as the frying pan of Spain because of the very hot summers and the flat landscape of the region in which it is located. The palace of Seville is a royal palace in Seville in Andalucia in southern Spain and is originally a Moorish fortress. Construction began in 1181 and lasted for over 500 years, mainly in the Mudéjar style, but also in the Renaissance style. The gardens are a mixture of Moorish, Andalusian and Christian traditions

Attractions in Spain Madrid is the capital of Spain and the largest city in the country. The city itself has about 3.3 million inhabitants and the metropolitan area has more than 6 million inhabitants. In terms of population, the city itself is the third largest in the EU after London and Berlin, and the metropolitan area is also the third largest after London and Paris. Bilbao is a city in the north of Spain and the capital of the province of Vizcaya. In 2003, there were 353,567 people living in Bilbao. The city is known for the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, designed by Frank Gehry. Cordoba is a city in Andalucia, Spain, with famous Moorish buildings. The city is one of the oldest in Spain and was founded before Roman times. It was the capital of Hispania Baetica and Seneca and Lucan were born there. After the Islamic conquest, Cordoba became the capital of al-Andalus. It was an important cultural center - home to the philosophers Averroes and Maimonides - and possibly the most densely populated city in the world at that time. During the Reconquista, the Christian reconstruction, in 1236 the city fell into the hands of the Christians in Spain. Cordoba landmark is the Mezquita.

Sights in Paris and Rome. Rome is the capital of Italy and the largest and most populous city of the country with 2,872,800 inhabitants. Vatican museums is an enclave in Rome, the sovereign territory of the Holy See. This state is the smallest in the world. Rome today is modern and cosmopolitan. Vatican City is an independent state in the center of the city of Rome. With 44 hectares and 1,000 inhabitants, Vatican City is the world's smallest land in terms of area and number of inhabitants. Vatican City can be characterized as an ecclesiastical monarchy - a kind of theocracy - under the bishop of Rome, the pope. The Colosseum in Rome was founded by Emperor Vespasian in 70 and completed under his son Titus in 80. It is an amphitheater. used for gladiator fights. The Colosseum was originally called Amphitheatrum Flavium in Latin. The first to use the name Colosseum was the English monk Beda in the 7th century. Beda herself had never been to Rome, but had spoken to people who had been there. The name is derived from the name of the colossal statue of Emperor Nero (actually a sun god equipped with Nero's face) with which the emperor was directly raised by him.

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