Spain, Barcelona - Casa Batllo, Antoni Gaudi.
Casa Batllo (Cat. Casa Batlló; in Russian is sometimes incorrectly spelled "Battle" and "Battle") - a house built in 1877 for the textile magnate Josep Batllo-and-Kasanovasa at Passeig de Gracia (Passeig de Gràcia), 43 in the Eixample district (Cat. Eixample), Barcelona and remodeled by architect Antonio Gaudi in 1904-1906.
Casa Batllo is close to home and home Amal Leo Morera (Cat. Casa Lle Morera) and together with them is part of the "Quarter of disagreement", so named because of the stylistic heterogeneity of its constituent modernist buildings.
In 1962, the Casa Batllo was declared Artistic Monument in Barcelona, in 1969 - a monument of national importance in 2005, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.