This charming little steeple is the topper for the Gaudi House Museum located in Park Guell in Barcelona, Spain and where the architect, Antoni Gaudi resided for 20 years until his death in 1925.
The La Rambla in Barcelona Spain is central to shops, cafes, restaurants and decorative buildings and facades. The street lights are no exception. Upon first seeing the Chinese dragon holding an ornate street light makes one stop dead in his or her tracks to gaze at this wonderful curiosity. The light is on the facade of an early Modernist building, "Casa Bruno Cuadros". The locals call this building the "Casa delsl Paraigues" which means House of Umbrellas.