Come along to one of the most remarkable works of Antoni Gaudí!
Casa Mila or 'La Pedrera' (meaning 'stone quarry' in Catalan) was built between 1905 and 1910 and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage landmark in 1984. Casa Mila is one of the most remarkable works of Antoni Gaudí. The eccentric design is inspired by his love of nature. Along the exterior of the building the irregular balconies give the impression of a series of waves. The upper floor, the attic and the extraordinary rooftop are open to visitors. Drawings, models, photographs and videos are used to portray the life of the great Gaudí, his historical and cultural context, and the artistic values and technical innovation of his work.
Audioguide included available in: Spanish, English, French, Italian, German, Chinese,Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, and Catalan
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