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Barcelona, City of Antoni Gaudi.

Sagrada FamiliaBarcelona enjoyed a golden era towards the end of the 19th and start of the 20th centuries, both artistically and historically, unlike any other European city.  This social and industrial apogee, which, together with the disappearance of its old Medieval walls, plus, in modern, urban terms, a massive expansion, led Barcelona to be a true city of architects, as it still is today. Continue reading

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Modernisme (Art Noveau) in Barcelona, not just Gaudí…

Art Noveau (Modernisme) in BarcelonaThe world renowned ‘modernist’ (art noveau) architect, Antoni Gaudí – who built amongst other edifices the Sagrada Familia temple, the Park Güell, or the incredibly well- known Barcelonese houses, La Pedrera, and the Casa Batlló – was truly a genius and nowadays is venerated as such. But he wasn’t the only one! Continue reading

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