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Una mica de meva linguistic confusion

The beautiful Catalan language leapt out at me as I rushed along Fleet Street. Meeting or no meeting, I had to stop and investigate (and take a photo!).

Catalonia House, Fleet Street, London, April 2019


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 13 April 2019

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

49 replies »

  1. Ooh, I like this building, Debbie, even though it looks as though it’s been squeezed into that gap there! And I like the fact I can see beyond, through that open door/gate.

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    • A little gem.
      I love the Catalan names. Catalan pronunciation is so different to Castilian. My own Spanish is poor and a jumbled hotch potch of the 2 languages.


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