Antonio Gaudi

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Spanish architect who was a leading exponent of art nouveau in Europe (1852-1926)

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An art historian, university professor, tour guide and author, Van Hensbergen wrote Antoni Gaudi, a 2001 biography of the architect.
Unfortunately, Antoni Gaudi did not live to see La Sagrada Familia to completion.
But if, after his successes at Bootle, the Formby skipper can, indeed, design another title-winning side at Cricket Path, he may be regarded as being on a par with Antoni Gaudi, the architect whose buildings Cockbain has no doubt visited during his Catalonian sojourn.
Saver ticket If it's your first time, the most obvious stop is the gargantuan Sagrada Familia - a masterpiece from the mind of genius architect Antoni Gaudi.
Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926), who had made a name for himself designing lavish homes for some of Barcelona's wealthiest families, started working on Sagrada Familia in 1853.
Barcelona's La Sagrada Familia Basilica, designed by visionary architect Antoni Gaudi, has begun its final phase of raising six immense towers that will make it Europe's tallest religious building.
Designed by Antoni Gaudi, the Sagrada Familia attracts around three million visitors a year.
One of the "queerest" things about Barcelona is its architecture; specifically, the buildings created by Antoni Gaudi.
EL arquitecto Antoni Gaudi fallecio en 1926 en Barcelona, una ciudad que adoraba y en la que han quedado algunas de sus obras mas brillantes.
According to Lee, their concept was ignited by Spanish Architect Antoni Gaudi who once quoted that "there are no straight lines in nature", thus, the team's search for the right curve started.
Most of the must-see architectural pieces are by Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi.
Our hotel was located near to the Gothic Quarter, with its mix of Antoni Gaudi culture, shopping, and historical buildings.
How we need you, Antoni Gaudi, to gather us up single-handedly inside