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Pedrera

Category: Monuments + Museums + Sightseeing + Tours

Passeig de Gracia 92, (Intersection with Carrer de Provenca), Barcelona, 08008

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La Pedrera, Barcelona - Reviews of La Pedrera - IgoUgo
La Pedrera is located a few blocks north of Plaza Catalunya on Passeig de Gracia. From the old town, continue past Plaza Catalunya on Rambla de Catalunya and make a right on c/Provenca. Walk back down toward Pl Catalunya on Passeig de Gracia and you'll soon pass (on your right) La Manzana de la Disc...
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Gaudi's Casa Mila (La Pedrera), Barcelona - Reviews of Gaudi's Casa Mila (La Pedrera) - IgoUgo
This was something well worth the wait after the long queues. The building is divided into different sections. The fourth floor has been left as an example of an early-20th-century 'modernista' flat, and above this there is a section dedicated to drawings, models and film footage of Gaudi's work. I ...
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Casa Mila, La Pedrera- Barcelona, Spain - VirtualTourist.com
It's the most famous Gaud's block of flats, better known as La Pedrera (The quarry) because of the particular building shape, which does not have any straight line. If you watch at the building from the distance you can perfectly see its stone waves, trying to be like a sand-dune. The building was ...
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Casa Milà (La Pedrera), Barcelona, Spain : Reviews of Casa Milà (La Pedrera) - Yahoo! Travel
Antoni Gaudí, the architect who built this jewel of Catalan modernism, wanted the façade to reflect his romantic and anti-classical ideas about desig...
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Latest reviews of Casa Milà (La Pedrera), Barcelona, Spain
The highlight of Casa Mila is the specacular view from the roof. There are granite structures on the top that resemble heads with helmets watching over the city. On a clear day, you can see the coast, the Sagrada Familia, Tibidabo, ...
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La Pedrera (Barcelona) : Read reviews and compare prices at Ciao.co.uk
La Pedrera, or Casa Mila, is another absoute must see in Barcelona. Built as an appartment block, only the top floor, the attic and rooftop are open to the public. You can buy a ticket to see all of it or just the roof. It's worth seeing the top floor appartment as well as this has been restored and...
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La Pedrera (Barcelona) - Read Reviews
La Pedrera, or Casa Mila, is another absoute must see in Barcelona. Built as an appartment block, only the top floor, the attic and rooftop are open to the public. You can buy a ticket to see all of it or just the roof. It's worth seeing the top floor appartment as well as this has been restored and...
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iExplore Community: Casa Mila (La Pedrera) - Barcelona, Spain
The Casa Mila, also famously known by the nickname La Pedrera ( the rock quarry ), is perhaps architect Antoni Gaudi's most refined building. This eight-story granite apartment block (completed in 1910) is prominently located along the Passeig de Gracia, not far from Gaudi's more colorful Casa Batll...
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iExplore Community: Casa Mila (La Pedrera) - Barcelona, Spain
Next you go into the apartments, which are split by half museum and half representation of life in the 1920's in Spain. The rooms are very small and the corridors can get quite crowded with visitors. There are many stairs which lead to the rooftop, but the climb isn't impossible. There is a gift sho...
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Travel Channel community: Casa Mila (La Pedrera) - Barcelona, Spain
The Casa Mila, also famously known by the nickname La Pedrera ( the rock quarry ), is perhaps architect Antoni Gaudi's most refined building. This eight-story granite apartment block (completed in 1910) is prominently located along the Passeig de Gracia, not far from Gaudi's more colorful Casa Batll...
travelchannel.igougo.com

Casa Mil (Barcelona) - Review - Who lives in a house like this?
Again there is a lack of straight lines with curved arches through which you are able to walk and solid white stone sculptures dotted around the outside of the inner courtyard. There is a range of textures and colours with some of the pieces covered in broken pieces of ceramic whilst others are pain...
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