Casa Mila in Barcelona is a top attraction in the city and one of the most visited buildings in the world.
“Works of Antonio Gaudí” is the category that UNESCO has used to classify seven buildings of the architect in Barcelona as World Heritage Sites. Apart from the Sagrada Familia, many other interesting constructions are a part of this list such as Casa Milà and Casa Batló.. When it was designed by Gaudí because the building didn’t respect the conventional rules. In fact, the local government ordered the demolition of part of the building because its height exceeded the regulation. A very interesting curiosity is that Casa Milà is dedicated to the Madonna of the Rosary because the architect was a strong devotee of the Virgin Mary. With its combination of bright and light colours, feelings of excitement will be evoked during your visit inside of Casa Milà, which is structured in four different parts: the roof-terrace, Espai Gaudí, the Pedrera Apartment & courtyards, and the exhibition hall.
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