Gaudi's Torre Bellesguard


Gaudí drew most of his inspiration for Casa Figueras from the medieval castle that once stood on the same site, built for King Aragon in the early 15th century. When King Aragon died without an heir in 1410, his widow, Margaret of Prades, inherited the estate. Following her death, the castle fell into decline and was passed from hand to hand over centuries until Jaume Figueres purchased the estate in 1900. Click here for more information

 

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