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If you visit LA Rambla, look up and see this. We happened to walk by this. Nice building if you... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2017
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Others have given more detailed reviews -- I just wanted to say that I was delighted when this... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2017
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La Rambla 82, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
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Reviewed 27 February 2018

The beautiful Metropolis, Barcelona, has so many wonderful buildings. Casa Bruno Quadros is on of them. It i situated on the east side of the Rambla. The house is originally built in 1858, but the very special facade with umbrellas is made by Josep Vilaseca...More

Thank LN1946
Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

Cool building to see if you happen to be strolling La Rambla but not super high on the list compared to all the other sights to see throughout the city.

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Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

If you visit LA Rambla, look up and see this. We happened to walk by this. Nice building if you happen to walk by.

Thank I_See_the_World_Now
Reviewed 28 May 2017

Others have given more detailed reviews -- I just wanted to say that I was delighted when this building caught me unawares. I had not researched the area and it was one of many fun sights along La Rambla.

Thank Greying
Reviewed 8 April 2017 via mobile

Strolling down La Rambla we easily spotted this building for the quirky use of umbrellas all over it and the dragon bursting out from the corner of it. The umbrellas are a tribute to the buildings former use as an umbrella factory.

Thank 639AnnaP
Reviewed 11 November 2016 via mobile

If you are in la Rambla this house is hard to miss! Oposite side than the market and quite close. Interesting building

Thank Flamish
Reviewed 25 June 2016

neat looking building located along La Rambla. worth stopping to admire something so different-take some photos

Thank jlantern3
Reviewed 21 June 2016

As with much of the architecture in Barcelona, this has an intriguing facade and a wonderful dragon sign. It's on La Rambla, so you won't miss it if you're near La Bouqueria, which is across the street. Worth a few moments of study and appreciation....More

Thank Linda C
Reviewed 28 April 2016 via mobile

Great looking building with quite original architecture, situated at Rambla, so you can't miss it. Worth seeing.

1  Thank Aleksandar S
Reviewed 13 January 2016

In 1883 the architect Joseph Vilaseca began the refurbishment of this building that had an umbrella shop on the ground floor. He combined the modernist style with many different cultural elements, including the Egyptian and Chinese details. Don’t miss this extraordinary architectural work, it is...More

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La Rambla
Barcelona's most famous street was once a dry
riverbed. Now, La Rambla is a 1200-metre boulevard,
and a major draw for visitors. During the day, La
Rambla fills with pedestrians, some of which stroll
past impressive human statues and artists while others
take a break to people-watch while enjoying a drink at
one of the many terraces. Housed here is the iconic
Boqueria Market that offers one of the most varied and
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