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Arc de Santa Eulàlia Street

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Arc de Santa Eulàlia Street

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Location Barcelona, Spain
Country Spain
City Barcelona
Address Barcelona, Spain

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Open to visitors no
Need appointment no
Handicap accessibility no
Geographical Coordinates 41.3814,2.17514


Summary

Arc de Santa Eulàlia Street, also accessed via Boqueria, was formed by a medieval tower from the mid-14th century called the Tower of Santa Eulàlia. Some alleys, which are no longer there, went from Volta del Remei to Arc de Santa Eulàlia. It is still possible to find houses with a mezuzah hole in the lintel of their doors. On the Boqueria side, the current constructions still take up the medieval parcels. On the Ferran street side, by contrast, the former parcels were further remodelled with a view to opening this street in the mid-19th century.


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Spain

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Barcelona



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