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Foundation Lluis Domenech i Montaner (Barcelona)
Website of the "Fundacio Lluis Domenech i Montaner", named after the famous Catalan architect. In Catalan, soon in Castillian and English.
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CROATIA
Rijeka Museum (Rijeka)
Website of the Rijeka City Museum presenting an Art Nouveau collection. In Croatian.
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FRANCE
Le Train Bleu (Paris)
Website of famous Parisian Restaurant "Le Train Bleu" which was built in the Lyon station for the 1900 World Fair. In French and English.
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CROATIA
Pomorski i povijesni muzej (Rijeka)
Website of the Pomorski i povijesni museum which includes an Art Nouveau collection. In Croatian.
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CROATIA
Society for Promotion and Protection of Rijeka's Industrial Heritage (Rijeka)
Website of the foundation "Pro Torpedo Rijeka" which aims to promote and protect Rijeka's industrial heritage. In Croatian and English.
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CROATIA
Hotel Jadran (Rijeka)
Website of the Art Nouveau style Hotel Jadran built in 1911 in Rijeka. In Croatian, English, Italian, German.
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BELGIUM
Maison Cauchie (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Website of the Cauchie House, personal house of the architect built in 1905. In French, English, German, Dutch.
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CROATIA
Hotel Mozart (Opatija)
Website of the Art Nouveau style Hotel Mozart that opened in 1896. In Croatian, English, Italian, German, Russian.
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HUNGARY
Budapest Porta (Budapest)
Informative pages and photo gallery about Budapest Art Nouveau doorways related to the exhibition "Budapest Porta" in the Gödör cultural centre in Budapest in July 2008. In English.
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UNITED STATES
Harvard Museum of National History - Blaschka Collection (Cambridge)
Collection of 3.000 glass models of flowers created by glass craftsmen Leopold Blaschka and his son Rudolph since 1886, representing more than 830 species of plants. In English.
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SPAIN
Casa Fuster (Barcelona)
Website of the 5 stars Hotel "Casa Fuster". This listed modernist style building was built between 1908 and 1911 by the famous architect Lluis Domenech i Montaner. In Catalan, Castilian, English, French.
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FRANCE
Villa Demoiselle (Reims)
The Website of the tourist office describes how the Villa Demoiselle was built in Reims in 1909 according to the plans of the architect Louis Sorel (1867-1934) for Louise Pommery. In French.
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AUSTRIA
Galerie Bel Etage (Wien)
Art Nouveau Gallery in Vienna, Secession antiques. In English and German.
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UNITED STATES
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) (Richmond)
The VMFA acquired Tiffany Church windows from Richmond, Korean screen and Ezekiel sculpture of Jefferson and hosts a great collection of Art Nouveau's works. In English.
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GERMANY
Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum (Hagen)
The Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum in Hagen presents its collections in the Jugendstil-Villa der Hohenhof built by Henry van de Velde. In German.
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BELGIUM
Belle Epoque Centre Blankenberge (Blankenberge)
The Belle Epoque Centre, located in three restorated villas, displays the amazing story of Blankenberge from 1870 to 1914, through period or witness objects. In Dutch, French, English and German.
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SPAIN
The Gaudi phenomenon (Barcelona)
"El fenomeno Gaudi" is an informative blog about the works of the architect Antoni Gaudi Cornet (1852-1926). In Spanish.
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SPAIN
Sculpture workshop Luis Gueilburt - A. Gaudi collection (Barcelona)
This blog from Luis Gueilburt, Academic director of the Gaudi workshop of the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, gathers workshops, restorations, conferences and exhibitions about Gaudi. In Spanish and French.
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FRANCE
Fragrance 1900 (Paris)
Website displaying inventories and photos of works by Art Nouveau artists Hector Guimard (including the Castel Béranger) and Jules Lavirotte. In French.
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FRANCE
Brasserie des Brotteaux (Lyon)
Art Nouveau brasserie built in 1913 in Lyon where you can admire handpainted mouldings and tiles. In French.
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