It's in the Piazza San Meno. It's a very beautiful building. As for the style, it's not clear. Since it is a government office building, you can only take pictures outside, not go in and visit
It is a fairly plain looking area in the historic district of the Gothic Quarter, but it has a nice view and a few fairs on weekends to walk around.
A historical building in the area is very chronological.
It used to be a Jewish mansion, which was later transformed into a parliamentary place. On the balcony of the main entrance of the building is a statue of Catalonia protecting Saint George. Saint George is the dragon slayer in the story of Batlló's House. There is also a colored cylindrical hemisphere on top of the building. On the morning of the second and fourth weekends of each month, there are guided tours for free, but you need to apply in advance.
It has a history of more than 600 years. There are many tourists who come here to take pictures. The preserved here is also very good, and there is no sign of shabby