Antonio Gaudi

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Noun1.Antonio Gaudi - Spanish architect who was a leading exponent of art nouveau in Europe (1852-1926)Antonio Gaudi - Spanish architect who was a leading exponent of art nouveau in Europe (1852-1926)
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Because Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926), the primary architect, believed that nothing manmade should ever be higher than God's work, the building's ultimate height will be lower than Montjuic, the mountain that is Barcelona's highest point.
As soon as I finish my cafe con leche I rush out to catch a train to the city's strangest yet most famous basilica and landmark, La Sagrada Familia, an unfinished masterwork of the acclaimed modernist architect Antoni Gaudi.
La base, que sostiene a 18 personajes, fue esculpida por Antoni Gaudi para estar frente a la Universidad.
Barcelonas public universities are expected to join the strike, as is the contemporary art museum and the Sagrada Familia, the basilica designed by Antoni Gaudi and one of the citys most popular tourist sites.
The regional capital, which receives around 30 million visitors a year, is home to several landmarks designed by architect Antoni Gaudi, including the towering Sagrada Familia.
The Catalan metropolis of Antoni Gaudi and Pep Guardiola; Jose Carreras and Johan Cruyff; Joan Miro and Lionel Messi.
The water here may not be the cleanest but when you've got Mediterranean sun plus all the curiosities of Barcelona, with its Gothic Quarter and unique architecture of Antoni Gaudi, you can't go wrong.
Barcelona is known for the works of Antoni Gaudi, a Catalan modernist architect.
Escher (June 17, 1898), Magdalena Abakanowicz (June 20, 1930), and Antoni Gaudi (June 25, 1852).
Viking Cruises Garden of INSPIRATION An Artisan Garden, designed by Sarah Eberle, transports us to Spain, or more specifically Barcelona, with a garden inspired by Antoni Gaudi and the modern arts movement in Barcelona.
It was one of the latter works of Antoni Gaudi, a famous architect.
A view of the vineyard The city was the workshop of one of Europe's most famous architects, Antoni Gaudi.