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Casa Fargas, at no. 47

Rambla de Catalunya is a major street in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain that runs West-East (or "mountain-sea") through the Eixample district. One of the city's trendiest streets, with many international fashion shops, and lined with lime trees, it is located between Passeig de Gràcia and Carrer de Balmes, being strictly parallel to the latter, and between Avinguda Diagonal to the west and Plaça Catalunya to the east. It can be seen as an extension into the Eixample of the famous Rambles.


Notable buildings

  • No. 54. Casa Dolors Calm, originally by Josep Déu i Busquets, 1879, and remodelled in 1903 by Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas [3]
  • No. 78. Casa Juncosa, by Salvador Viñals i Sabater, 1907-09.[4]
  • No. 115. Church of La Mare de Déu de Montsió. Originally built in about 1400 on a site near what is now the Plaça Catalunya and moved here in 1882 by the architect Joan Martorell. [5]




  • Alcázar
  • Alexandra Lauren
  • Alexis
  • Club Coliseum
  • Pathé (opened 1923), no longer exists.


  • Teatre Barcelona was one of the most iconic theatres in the city that unfortunately had to be pulled down.



  • Gallery Hotel
  • Hotel Continental Palacete
  • Hotel Eurostars Cristal Palace
  • Hotel NH Calderón
  • Hotel Ònix Rambla
  • Regente Hotel

See also

External links


  1. ^ Hernàndez-Cros, Josep Emili (ed.). Catàleg del Patrimoni Arquitectònic Històrico-Artístic de la Ciutat de Barcelona, p. 115, Barcelona, Ajuntament de Barcelona, 1987
  2. ^ Hernàndez-Cros, op. cit., p. 119
  3. ^ Hernàndez-Cros, op. cit., p. 120
  4. ^ Hernàndez-Cros, op. cit., p. 121
  5. ^ Hernàndez-Cros, op. cit., p. 121
  6. ^ Hernàndez-Cros, op. cit., p. 122
  7. ^ Hernàndez-Cros, op. cit., p. 123

Coordinates: 41°23′30″N 2°09′46″E / 41.39167°N 2.16278°E / 41.39167; 2.16278


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