After over 100 years of marvelling from afar, Barcelona residents and visitors are now able to tour the inside of the Modernista gem, La Casa de les Punxes. The house was built between 1903 and 1905 by renowned architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch, and has since been considered emblematic of the Modernista architectural movement. The building features six pointed towers (hence the name punxes, or points), elaborate sculptures and intricate glasswork, all thought to have symbolic and religious meanings. Tours are conducted in various languages with in-person and audioguide options, and grant visitors access to the ground and first floors, the expansive terrace and one of the six towers.
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