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modernisme architecture and mas • barcelona, spain

It's been 10 years since I lived in Barcelona, a city easy to fall in love with a first time and even easier to fall in love with a second time. While La Sagrada Familia is still not complete, the one-of-a-kind cathedral still amazes, as does the rest of Gaudi's masterpieces and other modern architecture works throughout the city. Here's a few highlights of my whirlwind trip back to BCN—including the necessary shot of jamon serrano.

Keywords: Barcelona Photography, Modernisme Architecture Photography, Gaudi Photography

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Gaudi’s distinctive architectural styles have greatly influenced the face of Barcelona Architecture and this is reflected by the use of curved construction stones, twisted iron sculptures, and organic-like forms. The arrangement of original design, interesting shaped stonework, and exciting colors in Gaudi's work give the viewer a truly breathtaking visual experience.

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