Outline of Barcelona

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Coat of arms of Barcelona

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Barcelona:

Barcelona

General reference[edit]

Geography of Barcelona[edit]

Geography of Barcelona

  • Barcelona is:
  • Population of Barcelona: 1,620,809
  • Area of Barcelona: 101.4 km2 (39.2 sq mi)
Barcelona
Barcelona is located in Spain
Barcelona
Barcelona
Location within Spain
Coordinates: 41°23′N 2°11′E / 41.383°N 2.183°E / 41.383; 2.183

Location of Barcelona[edit]

Environment of Barcelona[edit]

Sant Sebastià, the longest in Barcelona
Remote view of Tibidabo mountain

Natural geographic features of Barcelona[edit]

Areas of Barcelona[edit]

Districts of Barcelona[edit]

The ten districts of Barcelona

Districts of Barcelona

Neighbourhoods in Barcelona[edit]

Sagrada Família, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Locations in Barcelona[edit]

Ancient monuments in Barcelona[edit]

Bridges in Barcelona[edit]

Cultural and exhibition centres in Barcelona[edit]

Forts in Barcelona[edit]

Fountains in Barcelona[edit]

Fountains of Barcelona

Monuments and memorials in Barcelona[edit]

Museums and art galleries in Barcelona[edit]

Museums in Barcelona

Palaces and villas in Barcelona[edit]

Parks and gardens in Barcelona[edit]

Public squares in Barcelona[edit]

Religious buildings in Barcelona[edit]

Secular buildings in Barcelona[edit]

Casa Batlló, the noble floor
View of La Rambla from Columbus monument

Streets in Barcelona[edit]

Theatres in Barcelona[edit]

Triumphal arches in Barcelona[edit]

Towers in Barcelona[edit]

Demographics of Barcelona[edit]

Demographics of Barcelona

Government and politics of Barcelona[edit]

Guàrdia Urbana mounted police

Politics of Barcelona

Law and order in Barcelona[edit]

History of Barcelona[edit]

History of Barcelona

A Roman marble with Latin text "COL IVL AVG FAV PAT BARCIN", short for Colonia Julia Augusta Faventia Paterna Barcino, the ancient name of Barcelona

History of Barcelona, by period or event[edit]

Timeline of Barcelona

History of Barcelona, by subject[edit]

Culture of Barcelona[edit]

Culture of Barcelona

Arts in Barcelona[edit]

Architecture of Barcelona[edit]

Architecture of Barcelona

Cinema of Barcelona[edit]

Music of Barcelona[edit]

Gran Teatre del Liceu, the auditorium

Music of Barcelona

Theatre of Barcelona[edit]

Theatre in Barcelona

Visual arts of Barcelona[edit]

El Peix (1992) by Frank Gehry, Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta
Marc (1997) by Robert Llimós, Parc del Port Olímpic
Una habitació on sempre plou (1992) by Juan Muñoz, Plaça del Mar
Jose Barraquer, ophthalmologist and pioneer of refractive surgery, born in Brcelona in 1916

Art in Barcelona

Cuisine of Barcelona

Events in Barcelona

Fashion in Barcelona

Festivals in Barcelona

Languages of Barcelona

Media in Barcelona

People from Barcelona

Religion in Barcelona[edit]

Religion in Barcelona

Sports in Barcelona[edit]

Camp Nou, the largest stadium in Spain and Europe
Pedro de la Rosa, a native of Barcelona, testing for McLaren at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in 2008
Palau Sant Jordi, the largest indoor arena in Spain

Sport in Barcelona

Economy and infrastructure of Barcelona[edit]

Edifici Gas Natural, the headquarters building of the Naturgy company
Arenas de Barcelona shopping mall

Economy of Barcelona

Transportation in Barcelona[edit]

Barcelona–El Prat Airport, the new Terminal 1
Port Vell, a waterfront harbour in Barcelona, part of the Port of Barcelona

Transport in Barcelona

Rail transport in Barcelona[edit]

Series 112 metro train at Sarrià station
Barcelona Sants, the main railway station in Barcelona

Rail transport in Barcelona

Education in Barcelona[edit]

Education in Barcelona

Healthcare in Barcelona[edit]

Healthcare in Barcelona

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Atlas of Barcelona