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Barcelona was founded more than 2000 years ago and it was the father of Hannibal that is credited for establishing this settlement. At the beginning of a new millennium, the Romans turned the town into a castrum and it quickly became an important stronghold for the Empire, due to its location. Over the course of centuries it changed a lot and the mix of architectural styles can now be observed in the Barcelona Art Wall Art up for sale at Picasso.com.

Barcelona Artwork

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Colorful Barcelona 8
by Duncan
24" x 16"
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Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Park Guell Terrace
by Rob Tilley / Danita Delimont
19" x 28"
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217 Barcelona
by Didier Lourenco
28" x 39"
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Spanish Chocolate
by Jennifer Brinley
10" x 10"
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Barri Gotica Barcelona
by Duncan
16" x 23"
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Barcelona Cathedral 2
by Duncan
24" x 16"
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Colorful Barcelona 2
by Duncan
24" x 16"
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Spain, Barcelona The cityscape viewed from the Palau Nacional
by Christopher Reed / Danita Delimont
35" x 17"
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Christopher Columbus Statue on La Rambla, Barcelona, Spain
by Michele Molinari / Danita Delimont
24" x 35"
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Low Angle View Of A Cathedral, Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain
by Panoramic Images
9" x 27"
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Barcelona City Skyline
by Naxart
24" x 12"
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Close-up of a clown at a shop, El Ingenio, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
by Panoramic Images
18" x 9"
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Fans for sale in souvenir shop, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
by Panoramic Images
18" x 9"
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Barcelona
by Naxart
24" x 18"
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Tibidabo Barcelona
by Naxart
24" x 32"
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Barcelona Tiles II
by Silvia Vassileva
18" x 18"
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Spain, Barcelona, La Rambla, market candy
by Cindy Miller Hopkins / Danita Delimont
34" x 22"
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European Cities Square I
by Veruca Salt
22" x 22"
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Noces D'Argent Del Barcelona 1899
by Lantern Press
24" x 35"
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Bike racer participating in a bicycle race, Sitges, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
by Panoramic Images
36" x 12"
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Colorful Barcelona 12
by Duncan
16" x 22"
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Colorful Barcelona 11
by Duncan
16" x 24"
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Barcelona blue
by Duncan
24" x 16"
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Barcelona blue 2
by Duncan
24" x 16"
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Barcelona Cathedral
by Duncan
24" x 16"
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Colorful Barcelona 7
by Duncan
24" x 17"
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Colorful Barcelona 9
by Duncan
16" x 24"
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Colorful Barcelona 10
by Duncan
16" x 24"
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Barcelona hallway
by Duncan
16" x 24"
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Colorful Barcelona 4
by Duncan
16" x 21"
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Colorful Barcelona 5
by Duncan
16" x 24"
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Colorful Barcelona 6
by Duncan
24" x 16"
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Colorful Barcelona 1
by Duncan
24" x 16"
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Colorful Barcelona 3
by Duncan
24" x 16"
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Park Guell Terrace, Barcelona, Spain
by Rob Tilley / Danita Delimont
28" x 19"
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History buffs are going to find numerous landmarks and vestiges of the past in the Barcelona Art Wall Art, mostly scattered around the ancient harbor. In the center of the city, the Barri Gotic and Placa del Rei are the places where these historical evidences are better preserved. It was frequently the ultimate goal of conquerors, with everyone from the Visigoths to the Arabs and Charlesmagne trying to hold it. Sacked on several occasions and decimated by the great plague, the city endured and grew even stronger.

Among the landmarks celebrated in Barcelona Art Wall Art, the fortress of Montjuic is one of the most popular, still overlooking the harbor. The Gothic Quarter is the place to go for those who want to visit the old city, while the Sagrada Familia remains the most popular attraction citywide. Its construction started in back in 1882 and it was founded exclusively by private donations, yet it is still under construction, with the deadline being set for 2026.
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