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This flow-motion video of Barcelona will make you want go during your gap year

It's not hard to convince someone to include the city of Barcelona in their list of places to visit on their gap year. But if ever there was any doubt, you should watch this stop-motion tour of the Catalonian city. 

Made by Rob Whitworth, a multi-award winning film-maker, the camera seems to roam through the city without any physical restrictions. As such, the views that he manages to reach, coupled with the intricate technical skills implemented make for remarkable viewing.

To capture these locations, such as the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, the Sagrada Familia the Santa Maria del Pi, Whitworth used ten separate, top-of-the-range cameras and took 363 hours, and used up 817 gb of data. 



For more information on Robert Whitworth, or to view more of his videos, be sure to visit his site here.