Barcelona Sights

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Casa Amatller

  • Building/Architectural Site

The neo-Gothic Casa Amatller was built by Josep Puig i Cadafalch in 1900, when the architect was 33 years old. Eighteen years younger...

Casa Batlló

  • Building/Architectural Site

Gaudí at his most spectacular, the Casa Batlló is actually a makeover: it was originally built in 1877 by Emili Sala Cortés, one of...

Casa Calvet

  • House/Mansion/Villa

This exquisite but more conventional town house (for Gaudí, anyway) was the architect's first commission in the Eixample (the second...

Casa Domènech i Estapà

  • Building/Architectural Site

This less radical example of Eixample Art Nouveau architecture, now an apartment building, is interesting for its balconies and curved...

Casa Golferichs

  • House/Mansion/Villa

Gaudí disciple Joan Rubió i Bellver built this extraordinary house, known as El Xalet (The Chalet), for the Golferichs family when...

Casa Lleó Morera

  • Building/Architectural Site

The ornate Casa Lleó Morera was extensively rebuilt from 1902 to 1906 by Palau de la Música Catalana architect Domènech i Montaner...

Casa Macaya

  • House/Mansion/Villa

This graceful Puig i Cadafalch building constructed in 1901 was the former seat of the Obra Social "la Caixa ," a deep-pocketed, far-reaching...

Casa Milà

  • Building/Architectural Site

Usually referred to as "La Pedrera" (the Stone Quarry), this building, with its wavy, curving stone facade undulating around the corner...

Casa Montaner i Simó–Fundació Tàpies

  • Building/Architectural Site

This former publishing house—and the city's first building to incorporate iron supports, built in 1880—has been handsomely converted...

Casa de la Papallona

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This extraordinary apartment house crowned with an enormous yellow butterfly ( papallona ) made of trencadís (broken ceramic chips...

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