Park Guell in Barcelona was created by Gaudi – Spain’s famous maverick architect and artist.
Gaudi was commissioned by the 1890s by Count Eusebi Guell to design and build a garden city about fifty acres of the Guell family land near to Barcelona. He came up with a grand strategy for incredibly decorated buildings placed in a landscape of exceptional looking gardens. Only a small sector of the fantasy became reality and the little that could still be visited today was finished between 1910 and 1914.
Interior Parc Guell the most special area is that the Space of A Hundred Columns – a massive hall with jagged pillars supporting the roof. You’ll come across eighty-four columns in all along with the area sparkles with bits of glass and colored mosaics.
A climb to the summit of a flight of steps bounded by fierce-looking monster versions requires you to the Gran Placa Circular. This is an open area with a brightly colored balcony area plus a huge long mosaic-covered seat. This chair is serpent-shaped and designed to permit people who sit to speak privately – though the area about may be lively and jarring. Gaudi lived there for twenty decades but paradoxically it was not designed or constructed by him although there is no doubt that it follows his stylings. The internal works and art and the furniture have been designed by the fantastic man himself and all the home now provides a pilgrimage point for people who like and are amused by his work.
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