The façade of Casa Batlló once again blossoms for Sant Jordi, coinciding with the inauguration of the exhibition 'Inject Love'.
For the third consecutive year, the façade of Casa Batlló, one of the best known buildings in the city designed by Antoni Gaudí, will be decorated with images of red roses in honour of Sant Jordi Day, something that is already beginning to become a tradition. Although the feast day of the patron saint of Catalonia is on Monday 23 April, the spectacular decoration will be displayed starting on Friday 20 April.
The choice of building is not coincidental, since it has a connection to Saint George through the symbols on top of the structure that refer to the legend of the medieval knight. And if you pass by Casa Batlló to check out the façade, you can take advantage of the opportunity to enter the building and explore it on the inside, and to see the exhibition titled Inject Love, which is open to the public from 20 April to 12 May. The exhibition focuses on the theme of love, featuring sculptures, photographs, installations and street art - in brief, a set of artistic proposals designed by Brusse and Hanse Cora, visual artists who claim that you are not really alive "until you vibrate with love”.
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