Neo-Gothic Style Buildings in Barcelona
Sagrada Familia became the city’s trademark. A cathedral that displays the best of Gaudí’s modernist construction and is undoubtedly one of the most recognizable buildings in the world. It is Barcelona’s main tourist destination and has over 2 million visitors a year.
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Palau Güell (Güell Palace)
The first piece that Gaudi built. contains neo-Gothic symbols with many animal symbols and arches, strange chimneys and ancient Catalan references.
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Casa Batlló (House of Bones)
The Bone House, a special project of Gaudi, inspired by a giant dragon shape, UNESCO World Heritage Site. The building is a part of what the locals call the quarrel complex – including Gaudí, Montner and Foch.
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La Pedrera – Casa Milà
One of Barcelona’s leading tourist destinations. In this building you will not find a straight wall, which create a feeling of being in between waves.
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For those interested in visiting Casa Milà it is worth knowing that there is also a night show on the site – Discover Gaudi’s Pedrera: Night Show.
The Eixample Quarter
There are many modernist buildings in this district, and most of Gaudi’s works are in it.
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