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La Casa Comalat, Barcelona

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  • Although it is not estqa permitted by the owners in tourist guides to be visited. A shame because the stairs, ascersor and roof are precious and have been visit quietly to see details. It can be visit...  more »
  • Building with amazing architecture, which has two completely different facades. The front facade has a more classical style, and the facade on the street back has a more modern style. It's worth stopping by to enjoy.
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  • Modernist building in Barcelona's Diagonal, with a rear facade to the junction of the Corsica Street and Pau Claris. It's a work of the architect Salvador Valeri i Pupurull, between 1909 and 1911. The main facade of the Diagonal performed on stone, with some decoration. In the lower part there is a large door of wood with iron forging. Sides are two large balconies very similar to the type of construction of the façade of the casa Batlló, on the Passeig de Gràcia, Gaudí-style. Twelve well decorated with carvings and wrought iron balconies on the facade. At the top opening with great ornamentation also in stone to its around. In the lobby there is a large art nouveau style of the period, excellently preserved wooden armchair. Visitors to the building are not allowed. You have to see it from the outside, but it is worthwhile. The rear façade facing the street Corsica is totally different, with decoration of ceramics, wood blinds and rolling forms.
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  • Seems private. No way to get in. But the building looks gorgeous.
  • The Palace is very particular, however is inaccessible because it belongs to private individuals
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  • 很美的建築