The astounding interior of Gaudi’s Building

Mosaic created by putting together broken ceramic tiles
The decorated pillars
In the back garden
Blue light well: Looking up
Looking down
Rounded arches – Service area in the loft

These images were taken during our visit to Casa Batlló in Barcelona.  It was designed by Antoni Gaudí, and is considered one of his masterpieces. In 2005, Casa Batlló became an UNESCO World Heritage Site among the other works of Antoni Gaudí.

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This is the second post on my Barcelona visit.

You can find the first one here: Barcelona


41 thoughts on “The astounding interior of Gaudi’s Building

    1. Even I haven’t seen many sites. I would love to visit Barcelona again if possible. After hearing various commentaries and going through many sites I realized that Antoni Gaudi was proclaimed quite late, only in last two decades or so. For sure he was a genius.

      Thanks Kate. Hope Sunday is going fine 😀

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  2. My late husband and I visited Barcelona in the late 1990s. I was awed by Gaudi’s cathedral from the outside, but we didn’t get to see the interior, Thank you, Rupali for sharing interior shots of this Gaudi building. What I remember most about Barcelona is the kissing couples strolling along the street at night. 🙂

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    1. We were fortunate enough to be able to visit various places without so many people around. Everyone was masked. And we are right about kissing couples, even we observed this. Thanks kindly Cheryl.

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