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Planning to take in Casa MIla and Casa Batllo and was hoping to be able to take pictures.

Just wanted to check how strict is Casa Mila in their no photos policy? Like you can't take pictures when inside the house but can you take pictures when you are outside the house (not just the facade but maybe the courtyard or something)?

Also, the website indicated that to take pictures, one must get special permission from some foundation. Is this something easy to obtain?

Finally, Casa Batllo seems to have a relaxed photo policy, am I correct?

Thanks.

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