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Small history: the name of this long avenue, sometimes simply Rambla, comes from the Arab word ramla which indicates a torrent ceasing running in dry season. Beautiful houses and buildings such that the opera of Gran Teatre del Liceu and the immense market of Boqueria border the historical avenue of Mow Ramblas (Rambles as a Catalan) marked out coffees, newspaper kiosks and merchants of flowers, but it is its continual animation, even more intense the evening and the weekends, which constitutes the principal interest of it. This day there were many people and one did not know or to turn the head so much animation was large and this man seemed very concentrated and drew much the attention.

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Additional Photos by Daniele Robichaud (CoolDan) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 550 W: 4 N: 425] (2516)
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