There are some sights that you see on your travels that stick with you for a lifetime, and constantly beg you for a return visit. One such place that is always begging us for a return visit is the beautiful Park Guell in Barcelona, Spain. What began as a planned community — mimicking the garden city fad that began sweeping towns and villages in Great Britain — quickly proved to be a disaster of an idea, and the entire area was called a terrible business move on the part of Count Eusebe Guell, and during its building in the years of 1900-1914, the housing development only attracted 1 single buyer: Antoni Gaudi, the architect of the development.
The City of Barcelona, Spain
Gaudi has truly left his mark on the city of Barcelona, designing the Sagrada Familia (Pictured Below), amongst many other notable buildings in the city, though the once…
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