The artful Park Güell by Antoni Gaudi

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Park Guell's mosaic wall

Park Guell’s mosaic logo

Park Guell is located in Gracia district of Barcelona, Spain.  The park was commissioned by Count Eusebi Guell and designed by the famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi in the years 1900 – 1914.  It is considered to be one of the largest architectural works in Europe.

All around the park, it has stunning mosaic and tile artworks.  It also has a beautiful view of Barcelona city at the top terrace.

Park Guell Antoni Gaudi

commissioned by Count Eusebi Guell (hence, the name Park Guell)

commissioned by Count Eusebi Guell (hence, the name Park Guell)

This park really impressed me, I couldn’t stop taking photos of every corner because of the different artistic works around.  My favorite part of the park were the mosaic salamander and the mosaic seats at the terrace.  I highly recommend this park for those who enjoy beautiful art works and parks.

Tip: Be prepare for a long hike up the hill to visit this park.  If not, there are taxis and bus that you can take to get to the park.

Published 9 August, 2013

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2 thoughts on “The artful Park Güell by Antoni Gaudi

  1. Janel

    What a sweet place – great pictures, I love the little castle gingerbread houses. This makes me want to get to Spain (but not as much as the wine – thanks for a great post!

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    1. Jam icoSnap Post author

      Hi Janel! The park was really beautiful. It had awesome tile artworks! Thanks for stopping by.

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