About Lúa
I’m from Vigo (Galicia) but I live in Barcelona since 2004. They say I’m a photographer, enthusiastic and stubborn. It’s easy to see me around with an analog camera in my hand. My dreamlike world is as darkness and silver as my things, .  
http://www.luaocana.com
Current city: Barcelona
I’m from Vigo (Galicia) but I live in Barcelona since 2004. They say I’m a photographer, enthusiastic and stubborn. It’s easy to see me around with an analog camera in my hand. My dreamlike world is as darkness and silver as my things, .  
 
If you want to see a wonderful view of the entire city, without being surrounded by people, this is the perfect place. It is also a very charming place, was a former anti-aircraft bunker during the Spanish Civil War, is pretty dilapidated but retains the essential structure.
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Poblenou in the district Sant Marti, it means "new village" in Catalan. This area of Barcelona was mostly factories, today it is a modern residential area which is home to the @22 Barcelona hi-tech business district. Is one of the most overlooked areas in they city, and in my opinion has many great things to offer.. run-down in parts, but very open with tons of light and close to the beach, Poblenou is perfect for anyone who wants to live a slightly more quite lifestyle but also have complete and easy access to the craziness of the city centre.
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La Parada is an outdoor art gallery, art accessible to all. It is located in the market of Gracia, there are photographs and books next to the typical market products as tomatoes, bread, artichokes..It’s a really nice place.
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I only recommend walking around the Barceloneta beach at sunset, there are fewer people and in the fall and spring seasons is very nice to sit on a terrace watching the sea and entertaining yourself with the activities of the area.
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The best place to spend hours skating..
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