The West-side is based on Gaudi´s design, but the finishing style is adopted to the later architect.
A monumental kathedral designed by Gaudi.
The East side is completely Gaudi authentic.
This side symbols "Nativitat" or Birth.
Symbols are everywhere.
Gaudi was inspired by nature and in this case fruits when he designed the top of the towers.
The south-side of the kathedral.
Works started in 1882, and works are about 50% completed by now. All funds are coming from donations and visitors.
Detail from the west-side.
This side represents "Passio i Mort" or Suffering and Death.
Here is the "Gran plaza" with the famous mozaik banks on top of the room with the 100 pillars.
Resting on the banks.
Hé, why is this guy taking a picture of us?
The little houses in the park look like fairytale houses.
Curved, twisted and tilted pillars.
Nothing is simply straight.
The walking galeries are quite unique.
These ladies were staying there forever. I waited and waited till they left and took a picture without people. But, in the end, I like this one.
The ceiling of the room with the 100 pillars.
The famous dragon. A symbol of the garden.
Casa Mila or La Pedrera
Not sure myself what all these shapes at the roof represent or what their function is.
Ain´t it fascinating?
An overview of the roof.
The human bones were the inspiration for these windows of Casa Batlló.