Thoughts related to the documentary series Catalunya Barcelona.
Gaudí’s Casa Milà is located on Passeig de Gràcia, cross-street Provença. Commissioned in 1906 by Pere Milà, a Catalan industrialist and politician, it took six years to complete. Milà, the man, remains…June 23, 2019
Barcelona, today, is famous for its buskers, or street performers. That line, or a similar one, has been set to print a million times, and, indeed it was, at one time, accurate.…June 20, 2019
What can you say about Sagrada Família? Sagrada Família is the top tourist destination in the city. It is a wonder, inside and out. Massive. Controversial. A source of enduring critical debate…June 19, 2019
The reason the Catalunya Barcelona documentary series was created.June 17, 2019
In 2014, the physical appearance of Barcelona began changing even more rapidly. Change was nothing new. The 1992 Olympics, and before that, the “Spain is Different” campaign saw to that. The slogan,…June 16, 2019
I don’t have a blog, never made one for the documentary. Not sure why. Plenty worth mentioning. Maybe it’s because I had to maintain a blog in my last job. This is…June 15, 2019