Park Guell. Antoni Gaudi. Barcelona, Spain. 1900-14

Parque Güell La escalinata, Calle Olot, Monte del Carmel, Barcelona by Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí (opened to public

Window on the Gaudi Colonia Guell Crypt.  The Church of Colonia Guell is an unfinished work by Antoni Gaudi.  It was built as a place of worship for the people in a manufacturing suburb in Santa Coloma de Cervello, near Barcelona, Spain.  Photo:

quenalbertini: The Church of Colònia Güell (unfinished) in Santa Coloma de Cervelló near Barcelona, Spain. Construction started in Antoni Gaudi

Gaudi's Casa Batlló in Barcelona. Check out some other fairy tale buildings at Click on the image to see them! (

5 Fabulous Fairytale Buildings By Antoni Gaudí

La Sagrada Familia est le symbole de Barcelone. Œuvre inachevée de Gaudi, ce chantier titanesque, digne des cathédrales médiévales, est entamé depuis plus d’un siècle !                                                                                                                                                      More


Ouvre inachevée de Gaudi, ce chantier titanesque _ A Sagrada Familia Barcelona szimbóluma. Ez a gigantikus projekt, Gaudi befejezetlen munkája

Wow. The most beautiful thing I have ever seen! WANT TO GO THERE. Barcelona, Spain

La Sagrada Familia - Barcelona, Spain - Went here on our honeymoon. They said it was supposed to be finished in 50 years.

Vibrant and bold: Barcelona, Spain

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Park Guell composed of gardens and architectonic elements in Barcelona, Spain Park Guell is the famous architectural town art designed by Antoni Gaudi and built in the years 1900 to 1914

Built in the Gràcia neighborhood of Barcelona in 1888, Casa Vicens was Antoni Gaudi's first major commission. Creative Commons photo by Jorapa. The first major residential work designed by...

Antoni Gaudí's Casa Vicens Opening as a Museum in 2016

The first major residential work designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí will open its doors next year, after a restoration project turns the private Casa Vicens into a public museum.

Chimney pots on the roof of Casa Milà (La Pedrera), Gaudi, Barcelona

Chimney pots on the roof of Casa Mila - also known as La Pedrera - designed by Antoni Gaudi, Barcelona, Spain