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Casa Mila (La Pedrera) - August 25, 2016

To celebrate my anniversary in Barcelona we went to Casa Mila in the morning. Casa Mila was created by Antoni Gaudi and completed in 1910. The roof is the most stunning part of the building as well as the coloured walls inside the main entry ways. 32 more words

Happy Anniversary Barcelona - August 25, 2016

Last year I arrived in Barcelona; exhausted after my backpacking trip but excited for my future here. I am so proud of where I am today! 32 more words

the land of gaudi.. barcelona, spain

after a very turbulent flight and about an hour sleep in 24 hours of travel, we made it to barcelona. we stayed at le meridian barcelona on the tourist packed street, la rambla. 637 more words

Gaudí’s Barcelona, Spain

Considered one of the great geniuses of universal architecture, Antoni Gaudí spearheaded one of the lines that shaped the architecture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries in Europe, although he never bowed to the formal and aesthetic rules of Modernisme (Catalan Art nouveau).   509 more words


Sagrada Familia, Casa Milà, National Museum and an Old Bullring.

I was really looking forward to this day as we had tickets for the Sagrada Familia. It was even more impressive than when I first went in 2007 as they are still building it, and it now has more towers on than the last time I visited. 1,089 more words


BARCELONA: Gaudi’s Gift to Mankind

Most of the cities, no matter how ancient or how big or how important, keep going through small changes which alter the face of the city little by little. 1,714 more words


Barcelona in (almost) symmetries

While I was visiting Barcelona, I noticed that many of its buildings are quite symmetrical. That’s how an idea appeared in my mind, that those symmetries would look really nicely on photos. 126 more words