Superficially classicalFrom a distance this edifice gives the appearance of being classical. However, wonderfully eccentric details belie that impression. Note, for example, the capitals here. Incised linear decoration extends down the shaft past the neck as well on both piers and columns.
The curved entrance porch
Large pavilions flanking the center entranceAztec motifs (note especially the entwined serpent) coexist with the elaborate metal art nouveau door.
Four versions (two shown here) of Pegasus designed by Spanish (Catalan) sculptor Agustín Querol
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