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La Pedrera (Casa Milá)

The building was built for the Milá family between 1906 and 1910 and was Gaudí´ s last important civil monument before starting with the construction of the Sagrada Familia.

It looks more like a real sculpture than a building. Due to its innovative nature, the building may be consider as a Gaudí´ s typical work of art in which the geometric lines are only straight lines that create curved effects. The façade is an impressive wave- like stone, where forged iron is also present in its balconies.

Built: XX Century (1906- 1912).

Author: Antonio Gaudí

Style: Modernist

Category: Civil

Type: Residence

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Plan your visit

Address and telephone

  • Paseo de Gracia Nº 92. 08008 Barcelona
  • +34 902 202 138

Opening times

Monday to Sunday

  • 4 November to 28 February: from 9am to 6.30pm
  • 1 March to 3 November: from 9 am to 8 pm.

Tickets and prices

  • Adult: 20.50 €.
  • Student: 16.50 €.
  • Disabled: 16.50 €.
  • Children (seven to twelve): 10.25 €.
  • Children (six and under): free.

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