In any corner of Barcelona, one encounters Gaudí. He is present everywhere with his art that shapes the city's streets.
Antoni Gaudí was a Spanish architect of Catalan culture and the greatest exponent of Catalan modernism. However, he was the least organic personality in this artistic movement, whose ideological and thematic assumptions he nevertheless shared, supplementing them with a personal inspiration based mainly on natural forms. With his art, he moulded every corner of Barcelona, making it special and unique; his modernity, the combination of all his styles, his creations of oriental and neo-gothic culture, as well as all those artistic references to nature, recalling it with its curves and undulating structures. This itinerary aims to get to know Gaudi and his works in the streets of Barcelona.
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