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The Masia Freixa is a building inspired by Gaudi and built by architect Lluis Muncunill i Parellada between 1905 and 1910. It is built on the structure of an old textile mill owned by industrialist Josep Freixa, who later converted it into his...more
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Placa Josep Freixa i Argemi, 11, 08224 Terrassa, Spain
Just a great example of Gaudi's work. Certainly not the Sagrada Familia or others in Barcelona but very well done and well preserved. It is now an office building and you can do tours at around noon (we did not). We spent about 30 minutes...More
So this place is Gaudi inspired. Sparkles in the sunlight and looks amazing from the outside but seriously. What are they thinking in terms of it being a tourist info office. So much potential here but in reality a photo and thats pretty much it....More
Masia Freixa is a rather stunning, modest sized building set in a pretty park (Parc Sant Jordi) in Terrassa. It's easy reached on foot from the center of town. The outside is very beautiful, yet the interior is generally closed to the public except on...More
One of my '1,001 buildings you must see before you die'. Hard to believe it was built as a factory! Lovely arches, domed roofs and a minaret-like tower.
Masia Freixa now serves as a tourist information centre. We went on a Saturday (open 10.00-14.00). You...More
The inspiration from Gaudi is obvious but Masia Frexia certainly has its own story to tell. Among a number of interesting and beautiful buildings we found on our city walk in Teresa there is no doubt that Masia Freesia was the number on experience.
Perhaps not the prettiest city in Spain on the outside and easy to drive on by, however, when you get into the heart of this city, like many Spanish towns and cities there is always interesting places to visit such as the Masia Frexia.