Guer Park has also been translated as Queer Park, which was originally named after the wealthy businessman Guer/Queer. It is one of Gaudi's representative works. It is built according to the mountains and has complete supporting facilities. Gaudi also has his own residence in this community. Now he has changed to Gaudi's former residence. The most famous are large lizards and corrugated chairs made of stained glass mosaic. They look like ordinary hard stones. In fact, they are very ergonomic. They just support the waist and back. They are beautiful and practical. They have to wear them. The environment is very good. This location also overlooks the beautiful scenery of Barcelona with a wide view.
Gaudi's another masterpiece [Guer Park] ~I really love this place, because I'm a super mosaic control. Seeing the mosaic everywhere in the park, it's really the spring heart that ripples with all kinds of colors! ___________ Although some of the comments on this park are not very high on the internet, I really think it is very beautiful, even if the weather is bad that day, but it still does not affect its beauty ~PS: Entering the world's longest chair requires tickets of 7 Euros, the park itself does not need tickets, I think 7 Euros is still very worthwhile.~
Located on Mount Perada, Barcelona, Quell Park is a paradise designed by Gaudi. It is recognized as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO for its unique environmental art. Here, Gaudi's artistic interest and architectural style can be brought into full play. Whether it is space form, or light and shadow color, from the whole to the details, are doing interesting, beautiful, surprising everywhere. Apart from buildings of different shapes, there are also animal models made of various fragmented color mosaics, such as the colorful lizards at the gate, the Catalan logo under the snakehead fountain, all of which are in Gaudi's style. There are many pillars under the natural square in the original design market. The pillars are hollow and drainable, and the white section under the pillars according to the visual design is the same regardless of the distance and the height. The last picture is Gaudi's residence, now Gaudi's former residence museum. Very beautiful scenery, let people linger.
Guer Park, located on Mount Perada, Barcelona, is a paradise designed by Gaudi. It is recognized as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO for its unique environmental art. Here, Gaudi's artistic interest and architectural style can be brought into full play. Whether it is space form, or light and shadow color, from the whole to the details, are doing interesting, beautiful, surprising everywhere.
The park is quite large. It is limited to take photos of two small houses on the platform. Many people have to queue up. Where the most famous lizards continue to be, it's hard to get a satisfactory picture, so just walk around and have a look at the experience. There is a sense of mystery in all kinds of sculptures and buildings.
Barcelona Quayle Park, Gaudi Design. The sun is sunny, the world cultural heritage, only one building was sold a hundred years ago. Guer Park, located on Mount Perada, is a world cultural heritage and is also designed by Gaudi. Standing on the square, you can see Gaudi's masterpiece and overlook the vast Mediterranean Sea.
Located on Mount Perada, Barcelona, the park was built in 1900. It was originally a failed real estate project. It was designed by Gaudi to turn it into a fairy tale world. From 1906 to 1926, Gaudi worked and lived here for 20 years. Although the project only completed the "public facilities" portal, central park, elevated corridor and several subsidiary houses, it is still rated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
If you want to look at Gaudi's great works, but also worry about the aesthetic fatigue of the church, home or something, Guer Park is a good choice. It has a moderate size, a strange design, and a good view far and near. What impressed me most was that there were two fantastic fountains on the stone steps at the intersection. One was the chameleon, the patron saint of Catalonia. Another is Catalonia's giant lizard with a badge. It also has the longest seat in the world. It's very, very interesting.
Quell Park, also known as Guer Park, was originally planned by Count Quell, a wealthy Barcelonan businessman, to build a high-grade real estate project designed by Gaudi. However, because it was too far from the city center, only two of them were sold. One of them was bought by Gaudi himself and has now been transformed into a Gaudi Museum. Quayle Park, Saint Family Hall, Ballot House and Mira House are all included in the World Cultural Heritage Site.