Color Your World 2018: 120 Days of Crayola – Blue

Contemporary Stained Glass


Contemporary stained glass window in La Sagrada Familia, Gaudi’s church in Barcelona, Spain.

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A Photo A Week: Look Up

La Sagrada Familia

Nave ceiling, La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain

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Street Performers, Barcelona, Spain

WPC: Pedestrian




Waiting for Charity, Barcelona, Spain

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A Photo A Week: Tender Moments

Hands, Touching Hands

Hands, Dancers, Barcelona, Spain

Joined hands of two dancers performing the Saldana in Barcelona, Spain.

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Barcelona Unity

La Sardana

La Sardana, Catalan dance, Placa Nova, Barcelona

On Saturday evenings in Barcelona, people gather to dance the Sardana, a traditional Catalan circle dance. The Sardana is a symbol of Catalan cultural unity, representing regional pride and Catalonia’s distinct identity from the rest of Spain. A small orchestra (cobla) plays the music. After the Spanish Civil War, General Francisco Franco’s government banned the Sardana as a symbol of Catalan identity and nationalism. In 2010, the Catalan government added the Sardana to its list of Catalan festivities and made it a dance of national interest. This photo was taken in front of the Cathedral on Barcelona’s Plaça Nova.


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