Park Guell (Gell in Catalan) is a public parc on the hill of el Carmel in Barcelona. It contains many architectural elements designed by Antoni Gaudi, the major exponent of the Catalan Modernisme. The park was commissioned by Eusebi Gell in 1900 and built between 1900 and 1914. Together with other works of Antoni Gaudi in Barcelona the park has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984.

01 Guell emblem 02 Mosaics on serpentine bench 03 Mosaics on serpentine bench 04 Mosaics on serpentine bench 05 Mosaics on serpentine bench
06 Mosaics on serpentine bench 07 Blue and white flowers 08 White house 09 Roofs of gate pavilions 10 Roofs of gate pavilions 11 Blue and white tower
12 Main entrance and Sala Hipostila 13 Gate pavilion 14 Wall mosaics 15 Gate pavilion 16 Salamander fountain 17 Gate pavilion
18 Merlons 19 Roof of gate pavilion 20 Roof of gate pavilion 21 Gate pavilion
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