dijous, 19 de febrer de 2015


Hyvää tortsaita (thursday_dijous) kaikille!
Today... while walking by Barcelona... we (re)discovered some of the roman sites of the roman city of Barcelona hidden under the streets and behind the walls of the city of the 21st century! _Avui, mentre erem al centre de Barcelona, hem (re)descobert alguns dels indrets de la Barcelona romana que encara podem trobar sota els carrers i darrere de les parets de la ciutat del s.XXI!

Roman road under Market of Sant Antoni discovered more than a kilometer from the entrance of the old city of Barcino. _Calçada romana sota el Mercat de Sant Antoni, descoberta a més d'un quilòmetre de la ciutat de Barcino.
The third century AD Roman wall, towers 27, 28, 29, from a total of 72. _La muralla romana del s.III dC, torres 27, 28, 29, de 72.
The columns of the Temple of Augustus, at the Centre Excursionista de Barcelona. _Les columnes del Temple d'August, al Centre Excursionista de Barcelona.
Arches of the Roman aqueduct of Barcino in the wall of a building. _Arcs de l'aqüeducte romà de Barcino a la paret mitgera d'un edifici.
Nauttikaa! Enjoy_gaudiu!

2 comentaris:

  1. Així és com jo i la meva família té planejat visitar Barcelona durant aquestes vacances i actualment estem buscant fred Família vila Barcelona i algú aquí em pot suggerir que és la millor vila a Barcelona?
    Family villa Spain.

    1. Hi Megan!
      We're glad you're traveling to Barcelona.
      It is always recommended in Barcelona to walk 'slowly' by the old quarters (Monumental 'Barri Gòtic' on one side of las Ramblas; multicultural 'Raval', on the other side of las Ramblas; and full of little design shops-workshops modern 'Born', on the other side of Via Laietana) and enjoying its mood and variety. Then you should also walk by l'Eixample, especially between Rambla Catalunya and Passeig de Gràcia (west to east) and Plaça Catalunya and Diagonal (south to north, or viceversa) to see what is Modernism (Gaudí, ....) and also enjoy shopping. If weather is good, and especially if sun is shinning, don't miss to walk all along the beach (between Forum and 'Hotel Vela' in Barceloneta and Port Vell), or enjoy the views of the city from Montjuïc (from the sea) or from Tibidabo (where there's a beautiful amusement park) to see the city and its sea.
      If you send me a message to our blog's mail: barcelonahelsinki@gmail.com; we can text you some more advices. Barcelona is always a worthwhile city!