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by Lexie Hall

 
 
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Barcelona: art in extraordinary places

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Barcelona 

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Volunteering at the X Games - the benefit of being bilingual!

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Mole Diaries

 
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The Mole Diaries: Barcelona

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Will going to Barcelona on my year abroad be detrimental to speaking Spanis...

Munich

Catalan and Spanish coexist in both society and schools in Catalonia, but the PP are determined to make Spanish the more prominent of the two. Also, Barcelona in particular has a lot of Latin American...

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