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Barcelona celebrate La Liga and Copa del Rey trophies with parade

Barcelona celebrated their La Liga and Copa del Rey titles on Monday with a parade through the city's streets.

Players and coaches rode on top of an open bus showing off both trophies. The players chanted, saluted fans and took selfies.

Barcelona won the Spanish league title for the seventh time in 10 seasons on Sunday, a week after clinching their fourth-straight Copa del Rey title.

It was the 25th La Liga title for Barcelona, moving within eight of record-holder Real Madrid.

Barcelona failed on their attempt to win the Treble when they were eliminated by Roma in the quarterfinals of the Champions League, leaving them nothing to play for in their final four games of the season.

The parade also served as a farewell for veteran playmaker Andres Iniesta, who last week announced he will not return for a 17th season with the club.

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