A week in the Catalonia´s independence referendum.

The Catalan independence referendum of 2017 held on 1 October 2017 in the Spanish autonomous community of Catalonia, was illegal under Spanish law as it had been previously suspended on 6 September 2017 by the Constitutional Court of Spain after a request from the Spanish government, who declared it a breach of the Spanish Constitution of 1978.

People protest as police try to control the area in their attempt to cast their ballot today at a polling station in the referendum vote on October 1, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. More than five million eligible Catalan voters are estimated to visit 2,315 polling stations today for Catalonia’s referendum on independence from Spain. The Spanish government in Madrid has declared the vote illegal and undemocratic.

Catalans to the polls in their opening at Cervantes school, in Barcelona, Spain, October 1, 2017. Defying the Spanish authorities, tens of thousands of Catalans turned out to vote on Sunday in a banned independence referendum for spanish Government. More than five million elegible Catalan voters are estimated to visit 2,315 polling stations today for the Catalonia’s referendum on independence from Spain. The Spanish government in Madrid has declared the vote illegal and undemocratic.

Anti-separatist demonstrators carrying Spanish flags as they take part in a protest in support of Spain’s unity in Barcelona, Spain, this Saturday 30th September 2017. The planned referendum is due to be held Sunday by the pro-independence Catalan government.

A student in favor of the referendum at the University of Barcelona on 29th September, 2017. The Catalan national Assembly, Òmnium Cultural and all sovereigntists parties organized a great final act of the Yes campaign and a massive election night.

A man protest against the violence that marred Sunday’s referendum vote in Barcelona on 3th October, 2017.

People protest as police try to control the area in their attempt to cast their ballot today at a polling station in the referendum vote on October 1, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. More than five million eligible Catalan voters are estimated to visit 2,315 polling stations today for Catalonia’s referendum on independence from Spain. The Spanish government in Madrid has declared the vote illegal and undemocratic.

People protest as police try to control the area in their attempt to cast their ballot today at a polling station in the referendum vote on October 1, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. More than five million eligible Catalan voters are estimated to visit 2,315 polling stations today for Catalonia’s referendum on independence from Spain. The Spanish government in Madrid has declared the vote illegal and undemocratic.

90% voted for Independence, supporters gather in Barcelona’s main square on 1st October, 2017. More than five million eligible Catalan voters are estimated to visit 2,315 polling stations today for Catalonia’s referendum on independence from Spain. The Spanish government in Madrid has declared the vote illegal and undemocratic.

Opening of the polling station at Cervantes school of Barcelona, on October 1, 2017. More than five million elegible Catalan voters are estimated to visit 2,315 polling stations today for the Catalonia’s referendum on independence from Spain. The Spanish government in Madrid has declared the vote illegal and undemocratic.

Regional general strike to protest against the violence that marred Sunday’s referendum vote in Barcelona on 3th October, 2017.Large numbers of Catalans are expected to observe a general strike today to condemn police violence at a banned weekend referendum on independence, as Madrid comes under growing international pressure to resolve its worst political crisis in decades.

Hundreds of people have passed on Saturday night at the escola collaso i gil (Raval district) to try and that the vote will be held in Barcelona in October 01, 2017.

People protest as police try to control the area in their attempt to cast their ballot today at a polling station in the referendum vote on October 1, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. More than five million eligible Catalan voters are estimated to visit 2,315 polling stations today for Catalonia’s referendum on independence from Spain. The Spanish government in Madrid has declared the vote illegal and undemocratic.

The library publishes Francesca Bonnemaison is closed by the Mossos d’esquadra in Barcelona, Spain, on 30th September 2017.

Neighbors warn that some police vans are directed to the IES Cervantes.

Anti-separatist demonstrators carrying Spanish flags as they take part in a protest in support of Spain’s unity in Barcelona, Spain, this Saturday 30th September 2017. The planned referendum is due to be held Sunday by the pro-independence Catalan government.

A girl with `Estelada´ flag in front of the Spanish Partido Popular headquarters in Barcelona on 3th October, 2017. Large numbers of Catalans are expected to observe a general strike today to condemn police violence at a banned weekend referendum on independence, as Madrid comes under growing international pressure to resolve its worst political crisis in decades.

People during the closing campaign rally for the ‘Yes’ vote in the independence referendum in Barcelona on September 29, 2017. The Catalan national Assembly, Òmnium Cultural and all sovereigntists parties organized a great final act of the Yes campaign and a massive election night.

Demonstrators throw referendum ballots in the air in front of the Spanish Partido Popular headquarters in Barcelona on 3th October, 2017.Large numbers of Catalans are expected to observe a general strike today to condemn police violence at a banned weekend referendum on independence, as Madrid comes under growing international pressure to resolve its worst political crisis in decades.

Thousands of people in front of the Superior Police Department during general strike to protest against the violence that marred Sunday’s referendum vote in Barcelona on 3th October, 2017. Regional general strike to protest against the violence that marred Sunday’s referendum vote in Barcelona on 3th October, 2017.

Thousands of people in front of the Superior Police Department during general strike to protest against the violence that marred Sunday’s referendum vote in Barcelona on 3th October, 2017. Regional general strike to protest against the violence that marred Sunday’s referendum vote in Barcelona on 3th October, 2017.


Real Madrid vs Apoel FC

Real Madrid vs Apoel FC - UEFA Champions League Group H. 

The first match of the phase of groups H of the UEFA Champions League, between Real Madrid and Apoel Nikosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017. 

Real Madrid’s forward Cristiano Ronaldo eyes the ball during the match between Real Madrid and Apoel Nikosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017.

Marcelo of Real Madrid runs with the ball during a Champions League group H soccer match between Real Madrid and Apoel Nikosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017.

Isco of Real Madrid controls the ball during the match between Real Madrid and Apoel Nikosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017.

Cristiano Ronaldo angry ask referee penalty during the match between Real Madrid and Apoel Nikosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017.

Cristiano Ronaldo during the match between Real Madrid and Apoel Nikosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017.

Gareth Bale of Real Madrid CF shoots the ball during the match between Real Madrid and Apoel Nikosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017.

Toni Kroos of Real Madrid shoots the ball during the match between Real Madrid and Apoel Nikosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017.

Casemiro of Real Madrid heading the ball during the match between Real Madrid and Apoel Nicosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017.

Cristiano Ronaldo during the match between Real Madrid and Apoel Nikosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017.

Luka Modric of Real Madrid CF shoots the ball during the match between Real Madrid and Apoel Nicosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017.

Nacho heading the ball during the match between Real Madrid and Apoel Nikosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017.

Cristiano Ronaldo during the match between Real Madrid and Apoel Nikosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017.

Gareth Bale heading the ball during the match between Real Madrid and Apoel Nikosia at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on 13rd September, 2017.


`No Tinc Por’

Thousands of people march against terrorism after deadly van attack in Barcelona in 26th August, 2017.

The Catalan capital demonstrates under the motto ” I Am not Afraid “, against the terror and in protest to the attack of the Rambla boulevard and Cambrils (Tarragona), which claimed the lives of 16 people the past day 17. The March organized by the City Council of Barcelona and the Government of Catalonia, 878 entities have acceded. 

A woman holds a placard reading “No Islamophobia “during a march against terrorism which slogan will be #NoTincPor (I’m Not Afraid) in Barcelona on August 26, 2017, following the Barcelona and Cambrils attacks killing 15 people and injuring over 100. Tens of thousands of Spaniards and foreigners are to stage a defiant march against terror through Barcelona on August 26 following last week’s deadly vehicle rampages. The Mediterranean city is in mourning after a van ploughed into crowds on Las Ramblas boulevard on August 17, followed hours later by a car attack in the seaside town of Cambrils.

A man during a march against terrorism which slogan will be #NoTincPor (I’m Not Afraid) in Barcelona on August 26, 2017.

A men holds a placard reading “We want peace, not sell weapons” during a march against terrorism which slogan will be #NoTincPor (I’m Not Afraid) in Barcelona on August 26, 2017.

A girl holds a placard reading “The best answer, peace”during a march against terrorism which slogan will be #NoTincPor (I’m Not Afraid) in Barcelona on August 26, 2017.

Thousands of people march during a march against terrorism which slogan will be #NoTincPor (I’m Not Afraid) in Barcelona on August 26, 2017, following the Barcelona and Cambrils attacks killing 15 people and injuring over 100. Tens of thousands of Spaniards and foreigners are to stage a defiant march against terror through Barcelona on August 26 following last week’s deadly vehicle rampages. The Mediterranean city is in mourning after a van ploughed into crowds on Las Ramblas boulevard on August 17, followed hours later by a car attack in the seaside town of Cambrils.

People holds a placard reading “The best answer, peace” during a march against terrorism which slogan will be #NoTincPor (I’m Not Afraid) in Barcelona on August 26, 2017.

August 26, 2017 - Barcelona, Spain - A group of extreme right parties provoked constant confrontations during the march against the terrorism in Barcelona.

A group of extreme right parties provoked constant confrontations during the march against the terrorism.” Spain against terrorism, thank you Majesty” in Barcelona on August 26, 2017.

People display flowers, messages and candles to pay tribute to the victims of the Barcelona and Cambrils attacks in Cambrils on August 26, 2017.

People display flowers, messages and candles to pay tribute to the victims of the Barcelona and Cambrils attacks in Cambrils on August 26, 2017.

A woman holds a placard reading ”No Fear” during a march against terrorism which slogan will be #NoTincPor (I’m Not Afraid) in Barcelona on August 26, 2017.

”The best answer, peace”The Catalan capital demonstrates under the motto ” I Am not Afraid ”, against the terror and in protest to the attack of the Rambla boulevard and Cambrils (Tarragona), which claimed the lives of 15 people the past day 17. The March organized by the City Council of Barcelona and the Government of Catalonia, 878 entities have acceded.

A woman holds a placard reading ”The best answer, peace”during a march against terrorism which slogan will be #NoTincPor (I’m Not Afraid) in Barcelona on August 26.

People display flowers, messages and candles to pay tribute to the victims of the Barcelona and Cambrils attacks in Cambrils on August 26, 2017.

Thousands of people march against terrorism after deadly van attack in Barcelona in 26th August, 2017.The Catalan capital demonstrates under the motto ” I Am not Afraid ”, against the terror and in protest to the attack of the Rambla boulevard and Cambrils (Tarragona), which claimed the lives of 15 people the past day 17. The March organized by the City Council of Barcelona and the Government of Catalonia, 878 entities have acceded.

”Peace”The Catalan capital demonstrates under the motto ” I Am not Afraid ”, against the terror and in protest to the attack of the Rambla boulevard and Cambrils (Tarragona), which claimed the lives of 15 people the past day 17.

People display flowers, messages and candles to pay tribute to the victims of the Barcelona and Cambrils attacks in Cambrils on August 26, 2017.

People display flowers, messages and candles to pay tribute to the victims of the Barcelona and Cambrils attacks in Cambrils on August 26, 2017.


World Pride Madrid 2017

A float throws foam over the people during the WorldPride 2017 parade in Madrid on July 1, 2017.

The largest march of the Gay Pride 2017 in the world, which has departed from Atocha to claim the sexual freedom under the motto ” For the rights LGTBI in the whole world “.

People during the Gay Pride demonstration and parade in Madrid on July 1st, 2017.

A participant during the Gay Pride demonstration and parade in Madrid on July 1st, 2017.

World Pride Madrid 2017.

Medias Puri present `The Secret´ during the Pride Proclamation in Madrid on 28th, 2017.From the “Plaza de Pedro Zerolo” is the kick-off party to the Pride parties called “Pregón”, starts the programm of the different stages for 5 days filled Madrid of music, party and claim. The Pride Proclamation is presented by The Plexy, Cayeta Guillén Cuervo, Boris Izaguirre, Topacio, Dulceida, Alejandro Amenábar, Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi (The Javis) and Pepón Nieto between great others

The Plexy attends the launch of the Gay Pride in Madrid on 28th, 2017.

Massive demonstration that has crossed the center of Madrid to protest for the “commercialization” of the Pride..

People during the Gay Pride demonstration and parade in Madrid on July 1st, 2017.

Medias Puri present `The Secret´ during the Pride Proclamation in Madrid on 28th, 2017.

A man holds up his fist during a Critical Pride rally in Madrid on 28th June, 2017. Massive demonstration that has crossed the center of Madrid to protest for the “commercialization” of the Pride.The platform has summoned the manifestation for June 28, the royal day of the Pride LGBTI, when there are commemorated Stonewall’s disturbances (New York, EE. UU.) of 1969, which they marked the beginning of the movement of homosexual liberation. ” The appointment of Madrid like the capital for the development of the WorldPride 2017 supposes a direct threat to the vision stereotyped of our dissident sexual identities, as well as to a commodification and commercialization of these and of our rights “, they explain in the blog of Critical Pride

Participant whith a spanish flag on a open truck during the Gay Pride demonstration and parade in Madrid on July 1st, 2017.


Daily life in Budapest.

Waiting Hall in Budapest Keleti Railway Station, Hungary. Eastern Europe.

Protest against authoritarian Prime Minister Orban’s repressive policies in Budapest, Hungary.

Astoria Station on the Budapest underground. Hungary

Daily Life in Budapest.

Commemorating the crucfixion of Jesus Christ and his death at Calvary in Saint Elizabeth Church in Budapest, Hungary .

Daily Life in Budapest.

Homeless people in Metro, Budapest, Hungary.

Daily Life in Budapest.

A homeless sleeping in Budapest, Hungary.

Daily Life in Budapest.

Demonstrators gather at Liberty Square to attend a protest dubbed ‘We won’t stay silent’ against government.

Danube. Daily Life in Budapest.

Holy week in Saint Elizabeth Church,  Budapest, Hungary .

Daily Life in Budapest.

A woman in Budapest-Keleti railway station, Budapest, Hungary.

Daily Life in Budapest.

Liberty Square in Budapest.


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