Wavellite - Wavelight is a classic radiating mineral, forming spectacular pinwheel aggregates emanating from a central core in spherulitic balls. When the balls are complete, the radial structure is internal and not usually visible. A crystal aggregate needs to be fractured to see and appreciate the outstanding radial habit of Wavellite. Wavellite was named in 1805 after William Wavell, an English physician who first discovered this mineral.
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Casa Milan by architect-Antoni Gaudi. Built during 1905-1910. Stone facade and wrought iron decoration of the balconies & windows designed by Josep Maria Jujol.
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