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Image 1 of 15 from gallery of AD Classics: Casa Batlló / Antoni Gaudí. Photograph by Wikipedia

La Pedrera/ Casa Mila. Barcelona, Spain. 1905-10. Antoni Gaudi. Photo by Domingo Leiva

Casa Milà, commonly known as La Pedrera is the largest civil building designed by Antoni Gaudí. The apartment block was constructed between 1906 and It was Gaudí's last work before devoting himself to the construction of the Sagrada Família.

Córdoba, Spain

Calle de las Flores al lado de la Mezquita de Córdoba, Spain with the Great Mosque of Cordoba in the background.

Art Nouveau - Maison St Cyr, Brussels built between 1901 and 1903. Architect Gustave Strauven

Art Nouveau - Maison St Cyr, Brussels built between 1901 and Architect Gustave Strauven. I love Art Nouveau, but sometimes the buildings are so busy they are unsettling to me.

Monasterio de Monserrat, Barcelona España

SPAIN - The Benedictine monastery of Santa Maria de Monserrat is built into the mountain and offers visitors a staggering view. Monserrat is translated 'sawed mountain'. It is about 45 km northwest of Barcelona.

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ART NOUVEAU 1890 ANTONI GAUDI Casa Batlló in Barcelona, Spain. The facade is designed in three distinct sections. This house is one of Antoni Gaudí’s masterpieces. Since 1995 it is hired out for different events. Photo by Amadalvarez

Barcelona Must See Sites & travel tips. Barcelona, Spain's second-largest city, is inextricably linked to the architecture of Antoni Gaudi. His most famous and unfinished masterpiece, La Sagrada Familia, is the emblem of the city, but there is so much more to Barcelona.  We share travel tips and top attractions when visiting Barcelona. #barcelonatraveltips

Barcelona Must See Sites & travel tips. Barcelona, Spain's second-largest city, is inextricably linked to the architecture of Antoni Gaudi. His most famous and unfinished masterpiece, La Sagrada Familia, is the emblem of the city. We share travel tips an

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