Rambla de la Llibertat, 36, 17004 Girona, España - TravelStorys

Medieval City of Girona

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Spain 1 hour

Rambla de la Llibertat, 36, 17004 Girona, España

The Rambla de la Llibertat in Girona is located in the Old Town of the city. Inaugurated in the thirteenth century for the celebration of the royal market of the city and was the extension of the city towards the sands of the river Onyar. Currently, it is the main hub, commercial and leisure of the city. Its most characteristic feature are the galleries with low ceilings that run along the entire promenade, which joins two important points of the city, Plaza de Catalunya and Calle Argentería. The promenade is a tree-lined promenade that runs parallel to the Onyar River and contains a number of buildings of interest, such as the Casa Norat, characteristic for its Modernist façade dating from 1912. These buildings of medieval and neoclassical origin that form the interior façade of the rambla are known as Cases de l'Onyar, for their exterior facade.

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