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Looking down onto Plaça del Pi

If you can find a vantage point, do take the opportunity to look down onto Barcelona’s squares.  They are often busy places, hemmed in by historic buildings; looking down from above provides a new perspective and presents the ideal opportunity to people watch in peace.

One of my favourite squares is Plaça del Pi, just off the Ramblas.

Plaça del Pi

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I particularly like the photos in black and white, as above, but the following one has to be in colour as it shows off the Catalan flag.

Plaça del Pi

Posted as part of the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: From Above.


12 replies »

  1. These photos brought back lovely memories of visiting my sister when she lived in Barcelona: many hours spent sitting in the squares, watching all the activity and just enjoying the atmosphere. These are truly lovely spaces to spend time in.


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