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  • 1. Antoni Gaudí i Cornet 1852 - 1926
  • 2.
    • Antoni Gaudí i Cornet, s-a născut la 25 iunie 1852 la Reus , Catalonia , dar şi-a realizat studiile şi munca sa la Barcelona în Catalonia .
    • Ca tânăr arhitect , a fost inspirat de Eugène Viollet-le-Duc , ajungând să creeze modele gotice , remarcându-se prin originalitatea şi fantezia sa.
    • A fost susţinut de către Eusebi Güell, industriaş bogat, pentru care a creat un palat în 1889 ( Palau Güell ) care va fi înscris mai târziu în patrimoniul mondial al UNESCO , împreună cu alte opere ale sale ca şi Casa Milà (construită în 1907 ) sau Parcul Güell (amenajat între 1900 şi 1914 ).
    • În 1883 a început construcţia unei catedrale dedicată Sfintei Familii, Sagrada Família , finanţată din fonduri publice. El a continuat să lucreze până la moartea sa pe 10 iunie 1926 , când a fost călcat de un tramvai . Acest monumet mai este şi astăzi în lucru, datorită donaţiilor din fonduri publice.
  • 3. A Gaudi building
  • 4. A nother Gaudi house
  • 5. Balcony of Batlo house by Gaudi
  • 6. Barcelona , Parque Güell
  • 7. Barcelona, Entrance Building at Park by Gaudi
  • 8. Barcelona Parque Güell
  • 9. Barcelona, Fountain at entrance of Park Guell
  • 10. Barcelona, La casita de golosinas y chocolate de la bruja
  • 11. Casa Amatller & Casa Batllo
  • 12. Casa Ametller
  • 13. Casa Batllo
  • 14. Casa Batllo
  • 15. Casa Batllo
  • 16. C asa Batlo de Gaudi
  • 17. Casa-Museu Gaudi in Park Guell designed by Gaudi to be a garden city for the elite
  • 18. Ceiling inside Gaudi House (Gaudi's Casa Batllo)
  • 19. Barcelona, Entrance Building at Park by Gaudi
  • 20. G audi and more G audi
  • 21. G audi chimneys
  • 22. Gaudi Creation (1904-1906)
  • 23. G audi house
  • 24. G audi lizard
  • 25. G audi lizard
  • 26. G audi parc seats
  • 27. G audi spout.
  • 28. G audi staircase
  • 29. Gaudi, Casa Gaudi 1906-1926
  • 30. Gaudis house in Gaudi park
  • 31. Güell house is the first important building of Gaudi in the city of Barcelona
  • 32. La Casa Batllo
  • 33. Gaudi Archtectural landmark
  • 34. The Casas Mila , b uilt 1908
  • 35. Gaudi Archtectural
  • 36. Management building of Güell park by Gaudi
  • 37. Mila House is the most important contribution by Gaudi to civil architecture
  • 38. More Gaudi artowrk
  • 39. Palau Güell, el primer edificio importante de Gaudi en la ciudad.
  • 40. Parc Güell de Gaudi
  • 41. Parc Güell de Gaudi
  • 42. Gaudi's estate - home - his own designs
  • 43. Parc Güell de Gaudi
  • 44. P arc Güell de Gaudi
  • 45. P arc G uell ... G audis park
  • 46. Park Guell (Gaudi's Design)
  • 47. Second Gaudi house
  • 48. The grand entrance to Gaudi's estate
  • 49. Tower on Museu Guell where Gaudy resided until his death
  • 50. Second Gaudi house
  • 51.  
  • 52.  
  • 53. La Sagrada Familia - Gaudi's most famous work, it remains unfinished
  • 54. Gaudi's masterpiece
  • 55. La Sagrada Familia
  • 56. La Sagrada Familia
  • 57. La Sagrada Familia
  • 58. G audi C athedral
  • 59. La Sagrada Familia
  • 60.
    • THE END

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