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  • noun Plural form of Barcelonan.


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  • Regarded by many as the greatest novel written about the Spanish civil war: the beautifully told story of Natalia, La Colometa, whose personal history mirrored that of many Barcelonans.

    10 of the best books set in Barcelona

  • Barcelonans are very into cuisine, and their dinners are not rushed.

    Sally Thorner: Baffled in Barcelona

  • Every day the city hall sends out workmen to paint over the markings, afraid that someone is trying to push away the tourists who bring in welcome wealth but increasingly make native Barcelonans feel jostled off their own streets.

    Barcelona rebels against tourist invasion

  • At night the mystery graffiti protester roams the streets of Barcelona's old quarter leaving behind markings on the streets that divide them into separate lanes for the tourists and the "normal" Barcelonans.

    Barcelona rebels against tourist invasion

  • Barcelonans aren't all that different from Angelenos.

    Carine Fabius: Missive from Barcelona

  • Even at one o'clock in the morning throngs of Barcelonans pound their charming stamped-concrete sidewalks, race around on mopeds or hop on busses and the metro to wherever it is they're going.

    Carine Fabius: Missive from Barcelona

  • When in Barcelona, Fontana insists, visitors should do as Barcelonans do.

    The Waiting Games Are Over

  • But Barcelonans love architecture, and in Spain's post-Franco cultural boom, the city has emerged as the most design-minded place in Europe.

    The Barcelona Way

  • The newly prosperous bourgeois Barcelonans had an eye for the avant-garde.

    The Barcelona Way

  • Witness the Christmas day group swim, when hundreds of Barcelonans launch themselves into the chilly Mediterranean.

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