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BARCELONA NOUVEAU

Eixample district, the tourist throng goes to gaze at Antoni Gaudí’s famously ambitious church, Sagrada Familia. They know that there’s enough genius in this masterpiece in which to bathe themselves. Italian architect Andrea Serboli, like all denizens of the area, is also privy to this knowledge. Walk just metres down a quiet passageway beside the church and you’ll find his apartment, magnetic

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