The beauty of Barcelona captured in Serge Ramelli’s TeNeues book
The beauty and romance of Barcelona captured in the breathtaking photos of the lavish coffee table book
- The photos are by Serge Ramelli, who collected them for his book Barcelona, published by teNeues
- TeNeues says: ‘This book is a beautiful, evocative tribute to one of Europe’s most popular cities’
- “Beloved neighborhoods and landmarks are” caught “in all their seductive magic,” we are told
Beautiful, enchanting, mysterious, romantic and quirky – Barcelona has it all.
It is understandable that visitors fall in love with it.
And when they see the incredible images captured by French photographer Serge Ramelli for his lavish coffee table book Barcelona, they are likely to fall in love with it again.
For those who have never been before, chances are the book will seal the city as a bucket list priority.
Publisher TeNeues says: ‘With a distinctive eye for the atmosphere – and also for the architecture – of a place, the YouTube and Instagram star captures Barcelona’s best-loved neighborhoods and monuments in all their seductive magic. This book is a wonderful, evocative tribute to one of Europe’s most popular cities.
‘A subtle interplay of colors in the sky above the Sagrada Familia, mysterious luminescence in the Barri Gòtic or a moment of the normally lively Rambla that looks like it comes from another era – Serge Ramelli’s photos literally show Barcelona in a new light. Scroll down for a sneak peek at 10 of the incredible images in the tome.
The truly unique Parc Güell – designed by Gaudi for entrepreneur Eusebi Güell. It covers about 17 acres and was built between 1900 and 1914, the book explains, with stairs, terraces and arcades modeled after the existing site
This stunning image shows Barcelona Cathedral (in Catalan Catedral de la Santa Creu i Santa Eulàlia). It was built in the Gothic style from 1298 to 1448 in a place previously occupied by a Roman temple, the book explains
This enchanting statue is made of Montjuïc, which according to the book is ‘the most important mountain in Barcelona’
The Gothic Revival Pont-dels Sospirs – or Bridge of Sighs – connects the Palau de la Generalitat with the residence of the Prime Minister
Well hola there! The magical Barri Gòtic – the Gothic Quarter – full of ‘quaint nooks and crannies’
Here, Ramelli shows the palm-lined Port de Barcelona in its most seductive way
Casa Batlló – one of the few residential buildings in the world that has reached the World Heritage rank, the book reveals. It was built in 1877, but renovated by Antoni Gaudi between 1904 and 1906
The Palau de la Música Catalana – a visually stunning Unesco World Heritage concert venue in Casc Antic’s old Barcelona
The 14th-century Gothic basilica Santa Maria del Mar, flanked by two bell towers
The Passeig de Lluís Companys promenade, known for its graceful lampposts
Barcelona by Serge Ramelli is published by teNeues and costs £ 29.95. Visit www.teneues.com. Now enjoying a worldwide reputation, Serge Ramelli has been a professional, self-taught photographer and film producer since 2005. He is originally from France and has lived in Los Angeles for several years.