Antoni Gaudí's architecture is unique and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Impressive forms, rich colors, and ingenious structural solutions create syntheses of natural inspiration and technical innovation, of styles both historic and contemporary, and of Gaudí's own original genius.
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