Oblivious to mass tourism, Sant Felip Neri square is still a hidden spot of the historic center of Barcelona. The walls of its church, marked by bullets and shrapnel from the Civil War, contrast with the stillness of the sound of the water from its central fountain, creating a silent and intimate atmosphere. For a few hours a day the square becomes the playground of the school of the same name, becoming temporarily a bustling place full of life.

Posted on 05/11/2018


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