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Barcelona is one of the most unique and beautiful cities in Spain, and being part of Catalonia, it has a distinctive language, cultural background, cuisine and a large handful of wonderful landmarks, nine of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. UNESCO stands for ‘United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation’ and each year, this organisation collates a World Heritage List to recognise unique landmarks as having cultural, historical, scientific or another form of significance, and these are legally protected by international treaties.
Amid political upheaval, Barcelona revels in the reinvigorated legacy of Catalan master Antoni Gaudí.
The largest Art Nouveau complex in the world is a Barcelona hospital with a 600-year-long history.
In Barcelona, a once majestic early-20th-century hospital complex is gloriously rehabilitated…