Further Information Page

Interested in the early history of Barcelona? Check out these sources for more information!

“Barcelona History”. GSM Barcelona. Accessed November 18, 2022.

Chandler, Cullen J. “Carolingian Catalonia: the Spanish March, 778-988”. The Heroic Age, No. 17, Lycoming College, 2017, Accessed November 17, 2022.

Debnam, Matthew. “Barcino to Barcelona: 2000 years of history”. OkAppartment Barcelona, June 14, 2016, Accessed November 17, 2022. 

“History”. Barcelona Turisme. Accessed November 18, 2022.

Check out the sources below to look more into the 20th and 21st centuries of Barcelona!

Julier, Guy. “Barcelona Design, Catalonia’s Political Economy, and the New Spain, 1980-1986.” Journal of Design History, vol. 9, no. 2, 1996, pp. 117–27. JSTOR, Accessed 20 Nov. 2022.

Seidman, Michael. “Work and Revolution: Workers’ Control in Barcelona in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-38.” Journal of Contemporary History, vol. 17, no. 3, 1982, pp. 409–33. JSTOR, Accessed 16 Nov. 2022.

Wikimedia Foundation. (2022, October 30). Bombing of Barcelona. Wikipedia. Retrieved November 18, 2022, from,at%20least%202%2C000%20were%20wounded

Wikimedia Foundation. (2022, October 28). July 1936 military uprising in Barcelona. Wikipedia. Retrieved November 18, 2022, from

Intrigued by the tasty-looking food? Find more below!

Annetravelfoodie. “Food Festivals in Barcelona.” Anne Travel Foodie, 17 Oct. 2022,

Rana, Pauline. “Top 10 Traditional Food in Barcelona, Spain.” Trip101, Trip101, 30 Sept. 2020,,Botifarra%20amb%20mongetes%20%28sausage%20and%20beans%29%20More%20items

Woerfel, Emily. “The Complete Guide to Street Food in Barcelona: What to Eat & Where To Eat It.” Devour Tours, 25 Feb. 2022,,an%20ice-cold%20ca%C3%B1a.%20…%205%205.%20Tortilla%20

Ready to take a trip with your peers to Barcelona? Look into these sources!

Middleton, Jamie. “La Sagrada Familia: Church, Barcelona, Spain.” Britannica.

“10 Interesting Facts about Casa Batllo.” Casa Batllo.

Gibernau, Natalia. “Roman Ruins in Barcelona: 8 Roman Spots You Can’t Miss.” 2019.