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Barcelona El Bulevard dels Antiquaris

Where:   Passeig de Gracia 55, Barcelona, Spain
When:    All year round.
Details are subject to change by the organizers, for final event location & dates, check "Event related information" section below.
Antiquarians Boulevard is an attractive group of about 70 shops selling various kinds of antiques such as paintings, furnishers, art stuff, ancient ritual objects, juelary, silverware, ceramics, etc...
This is an unique flea market where all the objects for sale have a certificate document about the originality of the object and a warranty.
This is a beautiful and inquisitive place for the visitors and the buyers.

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Bulevard dels antiquaris
Phone: +34 932154499

Barcelona travel information
Dialing code: 93
Longitude: 2.15899°
Latitude: 41.38879°
Spain information address: INSTITUTO DE TURISMO DE ESPAÑA - TURESPAÑA Jose Lázaro Galdiano, 6, 28071 Madrid - Tel.913433500
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Location: Southwestern Europe, bordering the Bay of Biscay, Mediterranean Sea, North Atlantic Ocean, and Pyrenees Mountains, southwest of France.
Capital: Madrid
Currency: Euro (EUR)
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Dialing country code: +34
Language: Castilian Spanish 74%, Catalan 17%, Galician 7%, Basque 2%; note - Castilian is the official language nationwide; the other languages are official regionally.

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Spain's powerful world empire of the 16th and 17th centuries ultimately yielded command of the seas to England. Subsequent failure to embrace the mercantile and industrial revolutions caused the country to fall behind Britain, France, and Germany in economic and political power. Spain remained neutral in World Wars I and II, but suffered through a devastating civil war (1936-39). A peaceful transition to democracy following the death of dictator Francisco FRANCO in 1975, and rapid economic modernization (Spain joined the EU in 1986), have given Spain one of the most dynamic economies in Europe and made it a global champion of freedom. Continuing challenges include Basque Fatherland and Liberty (ETA) terrorism and relatively high unemployment.

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