In Photos: Barcelona's 25th La Liga title celebration (bus parade)

The season also turned out to be veteran Andres Iniesta's final appearance for the club.

Barca has now won its 25th La Liga title, only Ral Madrid, with 33 triumphs, has claimed more. Barcelona has reclaimed the La Liga title after a 4-2 victory over struggling Deportivo La Coruna secured the crown for Ernesto Valverde's side. Photo: AFP
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Should Barca remain unbeaten, it will be the third La Liga champion to go the entire season without losing, and the first side since Madrid in 1932. Photo: AP
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Ernesto Valverde's (in pic) side has gone 34 league fixtures unbeaten since the start of the campaign, surpassing the previous record of 32, set by Real Sociedad in 1979-80. Photo: AP
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Barca is still unbeaten this season, its run stretching to 41 La Liga games. It suffered a slight blip mid-season, allowing Atletico Madrid to close the gap, but a 1-0 victory at Camp Nou - courtesy of a stunning Lionel Messi free-kick - all but ended the title race. Photo: AP
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It seems the whole city was out to celebrate with the Barcelona players as they travelled on an open-top bus to celebrate their 25th La Liga title. The triumph marked a fantastic debut season for manager Ernesto Valverde, as the Catalan side secured its first title since 2014-15. Photo: AP
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Andres Iniesta was visibly emotional during the parade. The Barca legend had announced his departure from the club at the end of the season, ending a 22-year relationship. Iniesta has so far made 437 appearances for the club, scoring 35 goals. Photo: AFP
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