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Housing prices in Barcelona have increased by 22% in comparison with 2016
Housing prices in the capital of Catalonia have grown considerably over the last year. According to data collected by the assessment company Tinsa, the average housing price in Barcelona constitutes 3094 euros per square meter, which is 21.7% higher than the year before.
Barcelona is among the cities to host the plot of a new novel by Dan Brown
Monserrat Monastery, Sagrada Familia, the Cathedral of Barcelona, and La Pedrera are just a few of the many places in which a new protagonist of the famous author of The Da Vinci Code will solve mysteries in the forthcoming novel, Origin.
It is now possible to monitor the current state of Catalonian beaches online
The government of Catalonia has launched an official portal containing detailed, real-time information about all the local beaches.
Pablo Alborán to release a new album in September
Pablo Alborán, a popular singer and composer from Malaga, has announced the release of his new album. At this very moment, Pablo and his team are working on their new masterpieces in a Miami studio.
One of the most expensive apartments in the history of Barcelona has been sold
Coldwell Banker Prestige, a prominent construction company, recently sold apartments in the district of l’Antiga Esquerra de l’Eixample in Barcelona for the record sum of 10 million euros.
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Barcelona public transport to be supplemented with 43 more buses and 150 drivers
Within the next two years, the number of buses and drivers in the Catalonian capital is expected to increase considerably. This decision was made due to the heavy increase in passenger traffic over the past year and a half.
The first stage in development of the European plan to combat poverty and social inequality comes to its end in Barcelona
The government of Barcelona has finished the preliminary development of the B-MINCOME project. This plan, initiated by Urban Innovative Actions (UIA), represents the European initiative aimed at combatting poverty and social inequality in society at large.
Shakira will visit Barcelona in concert on November 25
The Colombian singer recently announced her forthcoming tour across Europe and the United States. Within the framework of the tour and in support of her new album, El Dorado, Shakira is expected to give several concerts in Spain.
Five incredible legends about Barcelona
Many legends and real-life stories from the Catalonian capital—at times shocking and at times tragic—are narrated in the book, Anecdotario de Barcelona, published under the auspices of the city authorities. Art historian and blogger, Roser Messa, and illustrator Pep Brocal were active forces in its creation. In this article, we have selected five of what we believe are the most interesting stories.
Barcelona authorities have ratified a project that will improve the Vallcarca district
The project that won a recent contest for the reorganization of the Vallcarca district calls for the creation of 7800 square meters of public housing and 9300 square meters of private housing.
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