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Casa Milà is a massive tenement house built in the Art Nouveau style. Designed by Antonio Gaudí, considered the most mature project of this artist who wanted the building to stand out against the background of boring city buildings. The shape of the object resembles a stone block, which is why it is called La Pedrera, or Quarry. In 1984 he was inscribed on the UNESCO list.
Apartments are located on most floors of the tenement house. Only one floor has been made available to visitors. The interior has the Art Nouveau atmosphere of the place. Antique furniture and household appliances were set up. Among the rooms that can be admired is the bedroom, bathroom or children's room.
It is especially worth going to the roof of the building, which shape resembles sea waves. The effect is added by intriguing chimneys that look like rising smoke. From the last level of the tenement house there is a beautiful panorama of Barcelona.
Casa Milà has virtually no straight lines. The facade resembles a rough sea. It seems heavy and monumental. Iron railings that look like wild brushwood add finesse.