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Cuma, 08 Ocak 2010 14:37
In this very typical and different cuisine of Mediterranean, there are too many unique traditions and characteristical tastes. Being one of the most productive cuisines, the Catalan Cuisine is very popular nowadays and famous for being open to change and modernism. The new generation Catalan chefs who are famous worldwide blend new and old, tradition and modern in the same dish and create new tastes continously.
Historically, Catalan Cuisine is a mixture of Frecnh Catalonia and Andorra, mainly considered as a part of Spanish Cuisine.
Thanks to Mediterranean Sea, the fresh seafood is one of the main ingredients of the cuisine. Apart form the seafood, the healthy side of the Mediterranean culture takes part and fresh vegetables like garlic, tomato, eggplant and red pepper are main players. Also the charcuterria mostly products of pork plays a role with all kinds of sausages, hams and any type of meat. The most typical one is Jamon Iberico which is strongly recommended to taste.
Salı, 27 Ocak 2009 13:16
Parque de la Ciudadela, or Parc de la Ciutadella, was during many years the only park in the city of Barcelona. It is bordered by the Pujades Paseo street, Paseo Picasso street and Wellington Street. Its more than 17 hectares, not counting the Barcelona Zoo, have ten entrances to the park, where you can find several museums, the Arc de Triomphe, the Parlament de Catalunya ...
Perşembe, 13 Kasım 2008 15:53
This is an article from the Guardian about the Born:
"...Barcelona draws millions of visitors every year to roam its teeming streets and marvel at its architecture. But where do the locals get their buzz? Right now, in El Born. Report by John Brunton
Barcelona is one of those unique cities that manages eternally to reinvent itself and always remain at the cutting edge of trends. Right now, a small neighbourhood known simply as El Born, off all the usual tourist tracks, has been transformed almost overnight into the stylish, in-vogue heart of the city. Just imagine Soho, Covent Garden and Notting Hill all rolled into one."