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Photos marked as were added from 30 June 2018.


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Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Hob watch.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Ceramic.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 The Farnese Bull from 1792.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Glass holy water fonts.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Vases.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Watch with painted face.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Belt buckles.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Minature altars.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 15th century wooden crucifiction, part of the religious collection.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 16th century wooden bust of St Elizabeth of Hungary.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 7th century textile from Egypt.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 17th century German wooden carvings.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 St George or St Michael.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 St George.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Part of a large collection of religious carvings.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Carving of the Adoration of the Magi.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Wooden carving of the head of Jesus.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Carving of the dead Christ.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Carved and painted Pieta.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 The Conversion of St Paul.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 The head of martyred St Peter.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Josep Perera (died 1902) is famous as a characaturist.
Spain
Barcelona
Frederic Mares Museum
 Political characatures.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Lleo Morera
 View from street level.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Amatller
 Casa Amatller was designed by Puig i Cadafalch.
Spain
Barcelona
 La Pedrera was built in 1910 by Antoni Gaudi as a combined office and apartment block.
Spain
Barcelona
George Orwell Square
 George Orwell commemorated for his writings about the Spanish Civil War.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 The staircase has no straight lines.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 The curved bannister.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 The interior has a wave-like quality.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 The theme of the house is waves.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Door and window.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 The staircase is lit by a circular window.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Curved skylights.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Door with curved corners.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Fireplace.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Curved celing.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Double door.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Room separator.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Chandelier.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Skirting boards.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Ceiling with waves.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Furniture designed by Gaudi to fit in the spaces.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Top of a door.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 The main window.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Door in a curved wall.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Curved glass.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Wave like wall and door.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Curved coridor.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 The inner stairwell is covered with blue tiles.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 The stairwell blue tiles become darker on ascending as the light increases.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Curved walls and door.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Curved window.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Internal wooden window looking into the stairwell.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Entrance to the terrace.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 The house from the terrace.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Tiled wall in the terrace.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Tiled wall.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 The stairwell blue tiles become darker on ascending.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Tiled staircase.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Tiles and a window.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 The tiled stairwell.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 The upper stairwell.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Curved dado rail.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Curved staircase.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Door with curves.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Hyperbolic arches in the attic.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 The attic is the service part of the house.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Attic with hologram of Gaudi.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Four armed cross and reptilian roof.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Roof wall.
Spain
Barcelona
Casa Batllo
 Chimney.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The cathedral was started in 1882 and remains unfinished.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 Doves on a cypress tree.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 Gaudi placed Sanctus high up so that "the angels would see them".
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 Two of the 18 spires. The building is still being constructed.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The Coronation of Mary.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 Structures topped by fruit.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The Anunciation over a stained glass window.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The Annunciation (detail).
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The building is covered with carvngs.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The Sagrada Familia is a unique structure and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 Small dome.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The Adoration of the Magi.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 Angel musicians.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The birth of Jesus attended by an ox and an ass.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The Adoration of the Shepherds.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The faces of the figures are taken from plaster casts of real people, some from the morgue.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The presentation of Jesus to the temple.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 Flowers on a metal door.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 Column with turtle.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 Splaying pillars.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The detailed ceiling.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 Serations along the ceiling.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 One of the magnificent stained glass window.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 Large stained glass window.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The interior wall is very ornate.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 The interior is bathed in light.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 Spiral staircase.
Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
 Detail of stained glass window.

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