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Colourful map showing Spain and red arrow pointing the Catalonia mentioned in The Rosario novel.
Colourful map showing districts of Catalonia, Spain, including L'Ampolla and LLeida mentioned in The Rosario novel



Xavier Nathanial Sinclair owned this type of black Learjet 35 executive jet in THE ROSARIO and it was used by Katie and Max to fly back and forth from Spain to England and Germany, and here it is... superb! 


The two views below show the typical rugged landscape of the Catalonian mountains, where Xavier Nathanial Sinclair has his luxury Eagle's Cliff villa estate and secret communication headquarters.

Panoramic view of isolated Catalonian Mountains with trees in foreground.
Rugged outline of isolated and desolate Catalonian Mountains with green conifer trees in the foreground.

Imagine staking out Sinclair's villa complex from this ruined Catalonian farmhouse.

ruined farmhouse covered with dappled sunlight and tree shadows.


In The Rosario, the large coastal city of Barcelona is the base for Tommy Perlmann's Restauración de Muebles Antiguos workshop, off Barcelona’s Carrer de Josep Anselm Clavé Street, near La Rambla.

Colourful maps of Catalonia with red pin indicating Barcelona.


The first view of La Rambla, below, is from the Christopher Columbus monument. The second shows the wide and open character of the pedestrian street. The street name is derived from an old Arabic word for sand رمل. Originally, it was a dry sandy river bed - an important drain for the seasonal heavy rainwater flowing from the Collserola hills during the spring and autumn.

The bottom picture shows part of Tommy's street.

Aerial view down La Rambla pedestrian only street with trees and many tall buildings looking into distance.
Sunny view down pedestrian only La Rambla street in Barcelona with people, trees, tall buildings and shops each side
Narrow street with tall buildings either side, with cars and pedestrians.


Madrid is the capital city of Spain with a population of over three million people - a bustling and vibrant place for Juan Diego Aquado and Antonio Alonso de Mazarrido of the CNI to live and work.

Aerial view of Madrid at sunset with wide streets and tall buildings and shops.
Side view of the major buildings of Madrid with green trees in the foreground.
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