The works of the Catalan architect helped to make Barcelona one of the largest tourist centers in Europe
Each year, more than one million people visit the home of Ana Viladomiu in Barcelona. And she does what she can to avoid them.
Viladomiu lives in La Pedrera, the last house designed by Antonin Gaudí, the brilliant Catalan architect who died after being hit by a tram in 1926. His works, which are spread throughout the city, helped to make Barcelona one of Europe's major tourist centers.
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