Culture. Monuments

The Barri Gòtic is the centre of Barcelona, where the city originated, and where the main public buildings are located: the Palau de la Generalitat, the Town Hall, the Cathedral, the Palau Reial.
Barcelona originated in Roman times and, despite its transformation in the Middle Ages, there are still traces of its origins.
The Cardus, an ancient Roman road which went from east to west of the city, coincided with the route of Calle Del Bisbe and the north-south axis, the Decumanus, is now covered by Carrer de la Llibreteria and Carrer del Call.
The Roman walls, a short stretch of which can still be seen today, formed an irregular square, and can be reconstructed thanks to the remains of its outer walks:
- Tapineria and Sots-Tinent Navarro to the north;
- Avinguda de la Catedral and Plaça Nova to the west;
- and Carrer de la Palla to the south.
In the higher area of Mons Táber, a hill where the ancient Roman city originated, behind the current Plaça de Sant Jaume, was the forum, with the administrative buildings of the city.

Archdeacon's house Archdeacon's house

Santa Llúcia, 1
08002, Barcelona
Tel. Tf. 93 318 11 95

Call: the Old Jewish Quarter Call: the Old Jewish Quarter

C/ del Call, 1
08002, Barcelona

College of Architects College of Architects

Plaça Nova, 5
08002, Barcelona
Tel. 93 306 78 10

Fountain of Portaferrissa Fountain of Portaferrissa

Cucurulla, 4
08002, Barcelona

Necropolis of Villa de Madrid Square Necropolis of Villa de Madrid Square

Plaza Villa de Madrid
08002, Barcelona

Palace Generalitat Catalunya Palace Generalitat Catalunya

Plaça Sant Jaume,
08002, Barcelona

Roman Temple of Augustus Roman Temple of Augustus

C/ Paradís, 10
08002, Barcelona

Sculpture Sculpture "Barcino"

Plaça Nova, 1 (davant Catedral)
08002, Barcelona

Town Hall of Barcelona Town Hall of Barcelona

Plaça Sant Jaume, s/n
08002, Barcelona

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