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Beautiful Places...La Pedrera, Spain known also as Casa Mila in Barcelona, Spain, designed by Antoni Gaudi, photo by Wenjie, Zhang | A Certain Slant of Light, trioptikmal via Flickr.

La Pedrera, Spain known also as Casa Mila in Barcelona, Spain. This architecture is designed by Antoni Gaudi.

Córdoba, Spain

Calle de las Flores al lado de la Mezquita de Córdoba, Spain with the Great Mosque of Cordoba in the background.

Piso Amarillo Cadmio en Barcelona, Espana

Spain (perhaps Barcelona? Gorgeous stone facade with Art Nouveau swirls and a bit of Gaudi inspiration

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Tom Fruin: Works Imagine the play of light and color inside this stained glass dream of a house!

Pink with cherubs

Amantes do rosa - Galeria de fotos

Pink Building in Barcelona An apartment building facade on Las Ramblas, Barcelona (by - City buildings once beautiful

Color. Pattern. Nature has it on abundance. We need more of this in architecture.

Casa Amatller, Architect: Josep Puig i Cadafalch, Barcelona - Pg. de Gràcia 041 e

Barcelona, Spanien.

Street of Mura Barcelona - Most Beautiful Pictures

SPAIN Street of Mura Barcelona. Barcelona is an extremely interesting city in Spain with many contrasts - old and new and a heaven for artists.

Benedictine Monastery, Montserrat, Barcelona - Spain

SPAIN - The Benedictine monastery of Santa Maria de Monserrat is built into the mountain and offers visitors a staggering view. Monserrat is translated 'sawed mountain'. It is about 45 km northwest of Barcelona.

Gaudi's house - Park Güell, Barcelona, Spain.

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Barcelona - This beautiful arch was built for the 1888 Universal Exposition, which took place at the Parc de la Ciutadella. The Arc de Triomf, situated at the end of a wide promenade, served as the exposition's main entrance.

Barcelona: Arc de Triomf - This beautiful arch was built for the 1888 Universal Exposition, which took place at the Parc de la Ciutadella. The Arc de Triomf, situated at the end of a wide promenade (Las Ramblas), served as the exposition's main entrance.