La Rambla de la Llibertat is one of Girona's most popular leisure spaces.
La Rambla de la Llibertat is one of the most emblematic streets in Girona. It's an urban space where people come for a stroll, and it's lined by a number of buildings of cultural interest, such as the Casa Norat. Created in the 18th century to host a market, its name comes from l'Arbre de la Llibertat (The Tree of Freedom), which was planted in 1869 during the Sexenio Democrático, a period of Spanish history that followed the success of a revolution in September 1868 and lasted until the restoration of the Bourbons in 1874. La Rambla was originally made up of a wide, long square that ran from C/ de l'Argenteria to C/Abeuradors, then continued as a narrow street to the Pont de Pedra (Stone Bridge). Today, it continues to be a popular place for locals to walk and meet.
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Rambla de la Llibertat