Park Guell in Barcelona. Antonio Gaudi designed this park. If you ever go to Barcelona, please make the time to visit this park. It is an original.
TB Markinson is an American who's recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn't writing, she's traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
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I love all of the different shades of green!! What an amazing park :). Nice shot!
It is a wonderful place to visit. And there is artwork all over to take in.
This is so beautiful, I love Antonio Gaudi’s architecture… He is great. And you captured such a nice photograph fo this park. I wish to visit there too dear TBM, Thank you, with my love, nia
I fell in love with his architecture when I was there. His creations are so beautiful and inspiring. I hope you will see them Nia!
I know his architecture is so beautiful, there is not any one like his creations. I wish to visit one day.
Wow, that really is an original and very impressive – I think I need to study that picture very carefully if seems to have all sorts of levels.
There is so much going on in this park. I would love to live there and visit it each day since I think I would notice something new all of the time.
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Wow…what an amazing view!!
The designer was trully a genius.
He’s an amazing artist!
I just saw a segment on television about this park. It looks magnificent. What a creative visionary Gaudi was.
I wish I saw the segment on him. I would love to learn more about him. His work is amazing.
Wow. What a fascinating looking park.
It was fun to wander through!
Wow – added to the list as of this moment
I think you would love it!
All those layers…how could you not fall in love with it
So beautiful, it looks like a painting, I like the palm trees.
I love palm trees…they always remind me of my childhood.
This is an amazing looking park. I’m taking off on travel soon and you always give me such inspiration 🙂
I hope you enjoy!!!!!!!!!! And if you can, I hope you share some photos 🙂
That looks incredible. Definitely something I would want to see if I was ever there.
I highly recommend it!
Looks like a “must visit” place for Barcelona! Very cool!
Barcelona is such a beautiful and vibrant city. This park is one of the many must visits. I only wish I had more time to explore the city.
It almost looks like a maze… how cool.
LOL…I did get turned around a couple of times.
Gaudi’s stuff is amazing. We loved seeing Casa Battlo and Casa Mila too.
I loved them too. Before I went I didn’t know much about Gaudi. By the time I left Barcelona I was a fan!
I miss the park!!! Charlie’s parents are going to Barcelona in April and I am sooo jealous 😀
I’m jealous too! I hope they have a wonderful time. I bet it is pretty in April.
I think so 🙂 It must be nice and warm over there 🙂
I really can’t complain about the weather here though. It is such a lovely day!
thanks, I have bookmarked this… when I visit Spain, I shall visit here…
It is a wonderful part of the city. I hope you enjoy!
Oh wow, from which location were you at when you took the photo? It’s like you’ve managed to capture it in entirety!
I can’t remember my exact location. This park was huge, at least it seemed huge since I kept getting turned around. They suggest that you spend a half day exploring this park–there is much to see.