Gothic Quarter, Barcelona – Part 2

The gothic quarter of Barcelona (or Barri Gotic in Catalan) is the oldest part of Barcelona. It is a labyrinth of small alleys and winding streets offering excellent opportunities for photography. The gothic quarter dates back to the roman times and beyond and retains a charming character. I didn’t have anything else but my iPhone for this trip and these pictures are a result of post-processing in a custom workflow in NIK software.

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Rarity in the gothic quarter… A straight alleyway!

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Old and new! Video surveillance on a medieval street in the gothic quarter
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A path leading into the gothic quarter from the City Hall.

Please click on any of the above pictures to see a larger version on my flickr photostream.

 

Inside Barcelona Cathedral

Catedral de la Santa Cruz y Santa Eulalia or the Barcelona Cathedral is the central church of Barcelona and seat of the Archbishop of Barcelona. This large Gothic church dates from between the 13th to 15th Century. The church is dedicated to Eulalia, a patron of the city and a martyr from Roman times.

These pictures are from the inside of the cathedral and taken using just an iPhone 4S and processed using NIK Software customised pipeline.

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