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Catalonia: The future is another country

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Matthew Tree conference celebrated in 2010, intended to explain Catalonia to a group of American students: how he discovered Catalonia and the experiences he had while living with Catalans. He also reviews the main fa...

Barcelona Restaurants & Food by TravelGuideTV

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Video: © TravelGuidesTV Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=949xmaOescI Reference in this site to any specific commercial product, process, or service, or the use of any trade, firm or corporation name is for t...

L’Escolania sings for the La Marató de TV3 telethon, with Sergio Dalma

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Escolania de Montserrat and Sergio Dalma sing "Em dónes força" ("You Raise Me Up") for the Catalan programme "La Marató de TV3" of 2011 to benefit biomedical research in the field of regeneration and transplantation o...

Auf 3 Sofas durch…Barcelona

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Video: © Auf 3 sofas durch (EinsPlus,DE) Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfhsuBUzo_A

Catalan food and drinks around the world

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Video: © prodecacatalunya Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_5IZFfwQw8

The Stream – Farewell Spain?

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Will Catalonia become Europe's newest state? We examine the increasingly popular Catalan separatist movement. Video: © Al Jazeera Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVlQXXk_cZc

Spain: Calls for Catalan Independence

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Most of Catalonia's citizens think the region would flourish if it could finally separate from the rest of Spain. The independence movement in the autonomous northeastern region is thriving in the midst of the countr...

The origins of tapas

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While the actual origins of tapas may be lost to history, many people believe that the tapas custom actually originated in Andalucía, in the South of Spain. The tradition of "tapeando" — going from bar to bar, catchin...

A tourist view of Parc Güell

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Parc Güell is a garden complex with architectural elements situated on the hill of El Carmel in the Gràcia district of Barcelona. It was designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí and built in the years 1900 to 19...

Street decoration in the Gràcia area

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Barcelona has long been known as a hedonist's paradise but the refined neighbourhood of Gràcia can, to the casual observer, seem an unlikely place to find the city's biggest annual street party. By day, when the area ...

Tapas… are really our way of life?

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For chef 7 Michelin-star, Santi Santamaria, with 2 restaurants in Catalonia, 1 in Madrid, 1 in Toledo, 1 in Dubai and 1 in Singapore, tapas are for tourists. "We prefer more to deeply experience dishes", he states. Sa...

Catalans and fish and fruits of the sea

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Catalonia has always made the most of the resources offered by the sea. The Mediterranean has given to the Catalans a great variety of marine species, up to 120. The most popular fish are small hake, sardines, John Do...

Sardines and anchovies from the Mediterranean

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Catalonia has always made the most of the resources offered by the sea. The Mediterranean has given to the Catalans a great variety of marine species, up to 120. The most popular fish are small hake, sardines, John Do...

Prawn from Palamós

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A decapod crustacean of the species Aristeus antennatus, it is bright red and is caught between the cape of Begur and Ridaura river (Platja d'Aro), where the Comfraria de Pescadors de Palamós (Fishing Confraternity) w...

TBEX Europe, the Costa Brava in 3 words

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This video is a promotional advertisement. Reference in this site to any specific commercial product, process, or service, or the use of any trade, firm or corporation name is for the information and convenience of th...

Mushroom hunting

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Mushroom hunting is a popular activity in Catalonia, where a mushroom hunter is called boletaire. There is a tradition of going to hunt mushrooms (bolets) as a family or group in the fall, after the rains marking the ...

Pals rice

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Rice has been cultivated in Pals since the 15th century, most probably having been brought to the region by Arabs from Valencia. In the late 18th century landowners tried to clamp down on rice cultivation in an attemp...

Top 10 attractions in Barcelona

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Video: © geobeats Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Bwwlufcpx4

Diving in La Costa Brava

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The Costa Brava is the perfect place for water activities. This time we are going to the beatiful town of Palamós to discover this fantastic water activities on beautiful waters. The audio is in Catalan yet the vid...

Barcelona 1908

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Comparing streets of the city of Barcelona today and 100 years ago. Video: © fotosdebarcelona Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxiiS8ZgAmU

All you ever wanted to know about FCB – part 3

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DAY 3 In the last part of The Nike F.C. Barcelona Experience, Jakob finishes off his trip around Catalonia by visiting the Barcelona museum, the players changing rooms, the substitute bench and some of the other fu...

All you ever wanted to know about FCB – part 2

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DAY 2 Watch, as we head out for day 2 in Barcelona and visit the famous training grounds, check out a Barcelona training session, have a look at the youth academy La Masia and also explore the famous church, La Sag...

All you ever wanted to know about FCB – part 1

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DAY 1 We have been for a trip to Barcelona along with Nike, where we among plenty of other things visited Camp Nou, when the kings of Catalonia hosted AC Milan in the Champions League. Watch the first of three epis...

FC Barcelona as seen by BBC – Our World

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Dan Walker is access all areas with Joan Laporta, in his last months as president of FC Barcelona. Our World explores the identity of the Catalan club football, visit Rwanda to witness their innovative work with UNICE...

FC Barcelona Confidential – TV doc

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On 15 June, 2003 a group of thirty-something professionals and dotcom millionaires, led by a young lawyer; Joan Laporta, took over one of the biggest football clubs in the world. Their starting point could not be wors...

Catalan Way 2013

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The Catalan Way (Catalan: Via Catalana), also known as the Catalan Way towards Independence, was a 480-kilometre (300 mi) human chain in support of Catalan independence from Spain. It was organized by the Assemblea Na...

Independence, step by step

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Over the last 20 years, 19 European regions have become full-fledged independent nations. Six of the 19 countries—Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Slovenia—are now member states of the Euro...

Hello Europe!

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"Hola, Europa!" (Hello, Europe!) is a documentary film on the current political situation in Catalonia. 31 personalities reflect on the right of the Catalan people to decide their own future and Catalonia's place in t...

Good Bye, Spain?

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This documentary directed by Dolors Genovès and broadcasted by TV3, Televisió de Catalunya in October 2010 compares the reality of Greenland, Scotland and Quebec with Catalonia, and reflects about the following questi...

Catalonia: Spain’s Secret Conflict

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Documentary about the struggle of the state of Catalonia within Spain. "Through these polls [for Catalonia's independence] the Catalans are sending a clear message to Spain: for 300 years we've had to listen to you...

Life’s a beach

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Life's A Beach: Karuna is holidaying in Barcelona and this time she chills out in true Spanish style by the Nova Icaria beach (NDTV Good Times, India). Other videos: Beaches in Barcelona La Barceloneta beach B...