The locals have been able to see how the historic building designed by Gaudí wore their finery
La Casa Batllo has been pretty on the occasion of the celebration of Sant Jordi. This morning the locals were able to see how the historic building designed by Gaudí looked best galas covered with roses. The beautiful images have been posted on the social network Twitter, which has become the precious aspect of the Casa Batllo Trending Topic.
This is a very special solidarity and visual action: a blanket of roses covering the iconic facade of Passeig de Gràcia with a spectacular installation of more than 1,000 flowers dress balconies and the gallery of this World Heritage.
The assembly can be enjoyed until Sunday afternoon 24 and is part of the campaign # MésQueUnaRosa, culminating at street level with roses 2016 donation to the Foundation Arrels. Moreover, contrary to Casa Batllo solidarity will be available rose to a voluntary price and the funds raised will go entirely to Arrels.
# MésQueUnaRosa is a love story with the city of Barcelona that aims to bring the legend that houses the Casa connecting with the public. And above all, to publicize the problem of people living on the street from empathy and through collaboration. In addition to selling roses, Arrels leverage is the International Book Day to present in front of the Casa Batllo the latest release of Miguel Fuster, 15 anys al carrer.
This Barcelona artist spent more than a decade living in the street and regained his life thanks to the work of the workers and volunteers of the foundation, which now collaborates with drawing awareness and giving talks to students.
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