Photographer's Note

Standing on a vantage point 173 metres above the port, Montjuďc Castle commands stunning views of the city. Now a peaceable place, the memory of this fortress endures in Barcelona as a symbol of repression but also of the city’s struggles during different periods in its history.
The top of Montjuďc is the ideal place for a bastion of defence, with 360ş views of the city below. However, this military enclave wasn’t built until the Reapers’ War in 1640. In 1652, the fortress, which stands on the site of a watchtower, came under royal ownership and, some 50 years later, was one of the key defence points in the War of the Spanish Succession, between 1705 and 1714...

...taken at the castell de montjuďc...

(montjuďc kalesi'nde çekildi.)

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Additional Photos by korkut bostanci (bostankorkulugu) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3398 W: 733 N: 8251] (42762)
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