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Best attractions to visit in Barcelona

1. Sagrada Familia - Barcelona

Sagrada Familia

La Sagrada Familia is one of Gaudí's most popular works in Barcelona. It's a goliath Basilica that has been under development since 1882 (that is not a writing mistake) and it's not anticipated that would be finished for quite a while yet. When you visit the building you will see the difference in the stone shading between the front and back of the building. Additionally the real style of development shows up to some degree distinctive between the new and old parts of the building.

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2. Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau - Barcelona

Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau

The previous Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau in the area of El Guinardó, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, is a complex worked in the vicinity of 1901 and 1930, planned by the Catalan modernisme planner Lluís Domènech i Montaner. Together with Palau de la Música Catalana, it is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was a completely working healing center until June 2009, when the new doctor's facility opened alongside it, before experiencing reclamation for use as a historical center and social focus, which opened in 2014.

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3. Quadrat d'Or - Barcelona

Quadrat d'Or

The Quadrat d'Or is the piece of the Eixample situated between Carrer Aribau and the Passeig de Sant Joan, around the Passeig de Gràcia. The last was the fundamental supply route in the new region which was worked from 1860 onwards, taking after the pulverization of the city dividers which trimmed in the old Barcelona. A visit to the Quadrat d'Or, a genuine outside exhibition hall of modernisme, is a challenge to watch this heritage of design and workmanship from the late nineteenth and mid twentieth hundreds of years.

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4. Passeig de Gracia’s Illa de la Discordia - Barcelona

Passeig de Gracia’s Illa de la Discordia

Passeig de Gracia's Illa de la Discordia or Block of Discord is the name given to an area Passeig de Gràcia in the Eixample locale of Barcelona. Passeig de Gracia's Illa de la Discordia is so named in light of the fact that in under 100 meters we locate a noteworthy working by each of Barcelona's trio of star Modernist modelers. 'The Apple of Discord' was utilized as a part of the ironical press at the time and furthermore alludes to an occurrence in Greek mythology - the wedding of Peleus and Thetis.

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5. Casa Lleó Morera - Barcelona

Casa Lleó Morera

The Casa Lleó Morera is a standout amongst the most vital vacation destinations for tourism in Barcelona. You should not neglect to visit it on your visit of this city. The Casa Lleó Morera is a building outlined by noted modernisme draftsman Lluís Domènech i Montaner, situated in the Eixample locale of Barcelona. The building is one of the three vital structures of Barcelona's Illa de la Discòrdia. The building was initially built in 1864, and was revamped starting in 1902.

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6. Casa Amatller - Barcelona

Casa Amatller

This astonishing building, the Casa Amatller by Puig i Cadafalch, a contemporary of Gaudí, which joins the neo-Gothic style with a furrowed façade roused by houses in the Netherlands, is a piece of the square known as the "mansana de la discòrdia" of Barcelona. The Casa Amatller, together with the adjoining Casa Batlló, outlined by Gaudí, and the Casa Lleó Morera, by Domènech i Montaner, is a piece of the "mansana de la discòrdia" or square of disagreement of Barcelona, so-named in light of the fact that it highlights structures in strongly differentiating styles.

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7. Casa Batlló - Barcelona

Casa Batlló

The Casa Batlló is one of Antoni Gaudí's building magnum opuses and a famous modernista historic point. Arranged on Passeig de Gràcia, this building emerges from the rest because of its eye-getting outline and shading. It is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Casa Batlló works together intimately with Turisme de Barcelona, a blended open private consortium which effectively advances Barcelona as a worldwide vacationer goal. Some of its accomplices are the Ajuntament de Barcelona (the Barcelona City Council) and the Barcelona Chamber of Commerce.

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8. Casa Milà  - Barcelona

Casa Milà 

Casa Milà, prevalently known as «La Pedrera», was developed in the vicinity of 1906 and 1912 by Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926). For its uniqueness, creative and legacy esteem has gotten significant acknowledgment and in 1984 was engraved on UNESCO World Heritage List, for its extraordinary all inclusive esteem. These days is the home office of Fundació Catalunya-La Pedrera and houses a social focus that is a reference in Barcelona for the scope of exercises it composes and the distinctive spaces for shows and other open uses it contains.

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9. Casa Calvet - Barcelona

Casa Calvet

The Casa Calvet is a standout amongst the most vital vacation destinations for tourism in Barcelona. You should not neglect to visit it on your visit of this city. Casa Calvet is a building, composed by Antoni Gaudí for a material maker which filled in as both a business property and a habitation. It is situated at Carrer de Casp 48, Eixample locale of Barcelona. In the vicinity of 1899 and 1906, the Arts Building Annual Award (Concurso yearly de edificios artísticos) granted innovator pieces, similar to the Casa Calvet, the Casa Lleó Morera and the Casa Trinxet.

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10. Casa Comalat - Barcelona

Casa Comalat

Like a tribute to Gaudí, the Casa Comalat contains numerous components of Gaudí's design, and is a standout amongst the most unique cases of home-developed workmanship nouveau in Barcelona: modernisme. Two particular façades, them two demonstrating the impact of the bend aromatic of the work of the Reus-conceived maestro, excite our interest to go and investigate this wonderful and one of a kind building. Casa Comalat building is surmounted by a turret in the state of a harlequin's cap clad in coated green earthenware production.

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