While in Spain, I bought myself a ticket to tour La Pedrera in Barcelona.
“Casa Mila, popularly known as La Pedrera, is a unique building, built between 1906 and 1912 by the architect Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926) and UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. Currently, the building is Foundation headquarters Catalonia La Pedrera and houses an important cultural center in the city of Barcelona by all the different activities organized and museum spaces and public use including.
The quarry is now a beacon that radiates creation and knowledge, a large continent full of content with a key role in the transformation of society and commitment to its people.”
To continue reading about Casa Mila, click here to go to the website. It is also where I snagged that wonderful description from!
During the tour you get to be up close and personal with some amazing architecture.
You also get to walk the roof and don’t even get me started on those views!
I am normally not the type to spend trips visiting museums but I am happy I made a stop here. It is truly a work of art and if you are ever in Spain you should make time to visit this wonderful building.