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SWITZERLAND
Kurhaus Bergün (Bergün)
The official Website of the Kurhaus Hotel von Bergün, resort known for the benefits of its climate, built in 1906 by the architecte Jost Franz Huwyler-Boller of Jugendstil inspiration and restored in 2002. In German.
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SWITZERLAND
Art Nouveau in La Chaux-de-Fonds (La Chaux-de-Fonds)
Official Website the city of La Chaux-de-Fonds presenting Art Nouveau in the city, with a lot of pictures and explanations. In French, German, English,Italian.
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SWITZERLAND
The crematorium of La Chaux-de-Fonds : a total work of art (La Chaux-de-Fonds )
A very good study about the crematorium of La Chaux-de-Fonds. In French.
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SWITZERLAND
The peacocks House (Genève)
Presentation of the Peacocks, reflection of 1900 Geneva, built in 1902-1903 by Eugène Cavalli and Ami Golay. In French.
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SWEDEN
Centralbadet (Stockholm)
In 1904, the Art Nouveau architect Wilhelm Klemming created this Centralbadet, an innovative combination of baths within an impressive Art Nouveau exterior and well-conceived park. In Swedish and English.
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SWEDEN
Sturebadet (Stockholm)
The interior of the swimming pool is in Jugendstil with Old Norse and Moorish features created by the architect Hjalmar Molin. In Swedish and English.
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SWEDEN
Arkitekturmuseet (Stockholm)
A place for architecture, city planning, interior design and design. Exhibitions with both contemporary and historical themes. The exhibition architecture in Sweden illustrates building traditions through the age. In Swedish and English.
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SWEDEN
Strindbergmuseet (Stockholm)
The museum dedicated to the Swedish writer August Strindberg (1849-1912) was his last house. The Blue Tower was built in Art Nouveau style in 1907 by the architectural firm Hagström & Ekman. Swedish and English.
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SPAIN
Museu de Modernisme Catala (Barcelona)
Website of the Museum of Catalan Modernism. In Catalan.
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SPAIN
Disseny Hub (Barcelona)
The Disseny Hub contains three museums: the Museum of Decorative Arts, which includes a European collection, the Textile Museum and the Cabinet of Graphic Arts. In Catalan, Castilian and English.
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SPAIN
Museu de l'Estampacio de Premia de Mar (Premia de Mar)
The Museum of Printing located in the building of the former Factory Gas aims to explain printing as a technique and the role of this economic activity for Catalonia. Castilian, Catalan, English, French, German, English, Basque, Galician, portugais.
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SPAIN
Castell dels Tres Dragons (Barcelona)
This work of Lluís Domènech i Montaner was designed as a cafe-restaurant for the Universal Exhibition of 1888. It is notable for its architectural & artistic value, with influences from Catalan Gothic & Mudéjar architecture. In Catalan, Spanish & English.
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SPAIN
Zamora (Zamora)
Official website of the town of Zamora, now member of the Art Nouveau European Route. In Spanish.
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SPAIN
Cabanyal (Valencia)
Working-class modernist quarter of the City of Valencia, by the sea. In Spanish, Valencian and English.
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SPAIN
Fundacion Instituto Amatller de Arte Hispanico (Barcelona)
The foundation has the twin aims of preserving the Casa Amatller (built by architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch) complete with its collections, and of promoting research into the history of Hispanic Art. In Castillian, Catalan and English.
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SPAIN
Fundacion Francisco Godia (Barcelona)
The Foundation's new headquarters are located in the Casa Garriga Nogués built by the architect Enric Sagnier at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century for the banker Rupert Garriga Miranda. In Castilian, Catalan and English.
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SPAIN
The Modernismo heritage of Melilla City (Melilla)
Official website of the Fundacion Melilla Ciudad Monumental, which presents the Modernismo heritage of Melilla City. In Spanish.
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SPAIN
Hotel La Vila (Majorco)
Hotel built in 1904 in Art Nouveau style. In Catalan, Castilian, English, German, French.
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SPAIN
Museu - Arenys de Mar (Arenys de Mar)
Website of the museums of Arenys de Mar (among others, the Lace Museum). In Catalan and Castilian.
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SPAIN
Conservatori Municipal de Musica de Barcelona (Barcelona)
Barcelona Music School built in Art Nouveau style by Antoni de Falguera between 1916 and 1928 in the heart of the Modernista distric of Barcelona. In Catalan and Castilian.
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