Children and adults alike will enjoy finding signs of the house’s design them: the myth of St George and the Dragon. St George is the patron saint of Catalonia, and according to legend, he rescued a princess by killing a dragon with his sword. The roof is tiled like a dragon’s scales, with ridges like a cartoon dinosaur, and is punctured by a cross which looks like the pommel of a sword. The top floor has a flower-shaped balcony to represent the roses which grew from the dragon’s blood, and the skull-shaped balconies on the lower floors represent the dragon’s previous victims. The arches in the attic also give the impression of walking inside the ribcage of a huge animal. See if you can spot any more details on your visit!