Nowadays, in the Gothic Quarter there is a street called “Baixada de Santa Eulalia”, meaning “Saint Eulalia’s descent”. It’s supposed to be the street where she was rolled down inside the barrel. When she came of it, she didn’t have a single scratch.
The story says that God protected her and made her immune to pain. She ended up crucified in the place she finally died. The story says that at that moment it started snowing, covering her body and hiding it from the indiscreet looks of the locals.