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  Barcelona - Casa del Ardiaca
by Belsaita

By now you'll sure had realized I love history....

One of my favorite "hidden places" of Barcelona is Casa del Ardiaca, just next to the Cathedral. It's somewhat fun to define this place as "hidden", as it's just on the middle of one of the most touristy areas. But I'de bet that 99% of people passing by this small street, right the main entrance of the Cathedral, do miss it.

Nowadays the place is the site of some city historical archives. But while open, you can enter the lovely patio and have a rest in an beautiful place. If you enter the building (no probs if you politely ask), you can see some remains of the Roman walls.

Bigger remains of the city walls cam be seen at Via Laietana.

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  • Updated Mar 30, 2009
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