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Spain I: Barcelona – Center of Catalonia
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Barcelona lays on the Mediterranean Shore in the very heart of Spanish province of Catalonia . The city was founded by the Romans. It plays a central role in the whole south Europe. The city is a popular place among tourists which is not only for its beautiful historical sights, galleries, or great food but also for its atmosphere.
Text and video: Matouš Vinš
Hudba: Ian Alex Mac
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