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Palau Guell in Barcelona is a Mansion With Splendid Interior (Spain).

Palau Guell in Barcelona is a Mansion With Splendid Interior

The Palau Guell in Barcelona may look ordinary outside but wait until you step on inside. It’s splendid! Truly magnifique!¬† Barcelona is love not because of its 24/7 party scenes, but also because it has some of the most architecturally and artistically revered ancient buildings such as the Paul Guell Mansion. I was in the […]

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Nativity Facade The Symbols on the Facade of Sagrada Familia (Barcelona, Spain)

The Symbols on the Facade of Sagrada Familia

From afar, the Sagrada Familia is a towering Gothic structure that dominates the skyline of Barcelona. But if you get closer and look up, you’ll find yourself wondering on what the symbols on its facade mean or stand for. However, if you’re a devout Christian or Catholic, these symbols are easy peasy for you, right? […]

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Casa Pedrera - The House That Looks Like a Quarry (Barcelona, Spain)

Casa Pedrera – The House That Looks Like an Open Quarry

In Barcelona, there’s a house that the locals fondly call Casa Pedrera (or the Quarry). If you look at its facade, it really looks like a rugged quarry. However, its original name was Casa Mila. Anton Gaudi, Catalan’s most beloved architect built it for the wealthy Mila Family. This house was one of his last […]

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Casa Batllo at Night Really Looks Like a House of Bones (Barcelona Spain)

Casa Batllo at Night Really Looks Like a House of Bones

Casa Batllo at Night Really Looks Like a House of Bones – and these photos prove that. As soon as the lights are turned on, you can clearly see skulls and skinny bones. Don’t just admire Casa Batllo closer but I’d suggest you go across the street and see it from afar. You’ll have a […]

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Antonio Gaudi designed the Church which started construction in 1882!

There’s a Rainbow Tunnel Inside the Sagrada Familia

These photos are proofs that there’s a rainbow inside the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. The brightness¬†that glistens from the stained windows form like a tunnel of hues that leads to the hereafter. Though Sagrada Familia is so grand in size and style but it was originally built as a church then changed to be a […]

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