An unordered series of texts, images, webpages, books, reportages, about the differents Barcelonas that we can find between the sea and the mountain, between the Besós and the Llobregat river. Barcelona bordes irregulares [see photos][read text] is a photoreportage by Rosario Kuri (2012) that draws a casual drift for the peripheries, breaking the image of Barcelona’s postcards and expressing the diversity of landscapes and people that form the city. La Rabassada o l’utopia de l’oci burgués [webpage] is a book published by Turiscòpia (2012) about the bourgeois casino on the Tibidabo mountain, at the beginning of the XX century. Projecte Icària [webpage][album] is a blog about Poblenou and its industrial heritage, with lots of photos by Marta Domínguez Sensada of the parts of the neighborhood demolished in the 90s . Los intelectuales contra el Raval [post] is a brilliant text by Rodulfo Rufián Roto on the symbolic violence of the mainstream media, in the occasion of the inauguration of Raval’s film library. Los jóvenes del barrio, a 1982 video about Canyelles neighborhood (Roquetas), in Youtube. And an article of New Left Review online, “The Spanish model” by Isidro López & Emmanuel Rodríguez [english][spanish], and an essential contribution about the building of the negative myth on the barrio Chino: Chris Ealham (2005) “An imagined geography. Ideology, urban space and protest in the creation of Barcelona’s ‘Chinatown'”, IRSH vol.50, ideal continuation of the famous “Geography of Evil” by Gary MCDONOGH (1987).