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The Plaça Reial is located between the Rambla and the old town Barri Gotic. It is accessible via several entrances. There is always a lot going on here. Flea markets are also held here on certain days.
The Sagrada Familia, translated as the Holy Family, is probably the most famous building by Antoni Gaudí. Its construction began in 1882 and is scheduled to be completed by the 100th anniversary of Gaudí's death in 2026.
La Rambla, also called Las Ramblas  (Catalan Les Rambles), is an emblematic walk in the city of Barcelona that runs between Plaza de Catalunya (in Catalan, Plaça de Catalunya), the nerve center of the city, and old port.
The heart of Barcelona; the point where its busiest streets converge, the young people who demonstrate and the old people who feed the pigeons. That is her, Plaça de Catalunya, one of the largest in the country.