Dec 12, 2014

Cityscape


It was the moment where I truly felt 'it'.
'It' which is an elusive turning point from fine to magical that we search for all our lives in everything we do, feel and discover.

Bunkers del Carmel on the Rovira's hill is the place with captivating 360º view of Barcelona, beautiful and not being overtaken by tourists. It was built in 1937 during the Spanish Civil War as an air raid civil war bunker. Today it is one of the sites of the Barcelona History Museum, MUHBA. 

It is my favorite memory of Barcelona, the place from which I almost saw how the city's skylines were turning
into hazy, yet beautiful dreamscapes.

(The rest of the photos are taken from Tibidabo amusement park, yet another beautiful place, but still it is not hard to guess which one of these two took my heart a bit more)







 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 


11 comments:

  1. Wow this is beautiful. What an amazing place :). I hope you are enjoying your time there!

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    1. Thank u Tori, it s finished now, but it was really a nice trip.

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    1. It wasn't on mine, but it was mistake to think so. It was on my way to my friend's wedding in Crevillente and even a few day there + some great tips from the locals (specially this) made it really beautiful (-:

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  3. everything looks so amazing from up top :)

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    1. and easy, it is like a deep breath, needed sometimes.

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  4. This was such a beautiful way to describe the scene- and I know just the feeling of "it" you're talking about. Everything always look so much more dreamier from up top :)

    xo marlen
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    1. Maybe that's the reason I love the mountains so much as well. Thank u (-:

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  5. stunning photographs.. ive never been here but its for sure on my bucket list. :) x

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  6. wow this place looks stunning! I'd love to go there one day!

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  7. Wonderful set of photos! Everyone stunning!

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