could be considered as the Champs Elysees of Barcelona. It is the
main street of l“Eixample, a shopping and financial centre, a street
to wander along and find your bearings. Although the origins of
Passeig de Grącia are earlier than the Eixample, it would soon become
the main axis of the Cerdą Plan. To walk down Passeig de Grącia
is to visit Catalan modernism, from its benches to its street lamp,
and almost all of its buildings. It is all a good example of Catalan-modernist
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is right at the beginning of the Passeig, number 2-4, at the corner
of Ronda de Sant Pere. It is a building by the well-known architect
Enric Sagnier i Villavecchia from the year 1891. It is one of the
first neogothic works of the Eixample.
on the Passeig de Grącia, but from numbers 6 to 14, are located
these houses by Josep Bassegoda i Amigó, who constructed them from
1914-1917, together with his brother Bonaventura Bassegoda.