1859 – Plaça de Reial, Barcelona

Architect: Francesc Daniel Molina



A fine nineteenth century square inserted into the fabric of the old town. The buildings with their identical facades have arcaded ground floors and ironwork balconies. Several entrances to the square lead the pedestrian through narrow passageways through the arcade and into the large central square. Antoni Gaudi is believed to have designed the lampposts in the centre of the square.

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