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Gau·dí

 (gou′dē, gou-dē′), Antoni or Antonio 1852-1926.
Spanish architect who developed a startling new style that paralleled developments in art nouveau. His most celebrated work is the unfinished Sagrada Familia (the Church of the Holy Family) in Barcelona.

Gaudí

(ˈɡaʊdɪ; Spanish ɡauˈði)
n
(Biography) Antonio (anˈtonjo). 1852–1926, Spanish architect, regarded as one of the most original exponents of Art Nouveau in Europe and noted esp for the church of the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona

Gau•dí

(gaʊˈdi)
n.
Antonio, 1852–1926, Spanish architect.
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