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Parc Güell is a public park in Barcelona, Spain, designed by architect Antoni Gaudí. It is named after Eusebio Güell, one of Spain's wealthiest men in the early 1900s and an art patron. It was built between 1900 and 1914 and officially opened as a public park in 1926. It features Gaudí's characteristic colorful tile work, organic forms, and integration with nature, representing the pinnacle of Gaudí's innovative design and the artistic renewal known as modernism. Key elements include the Dragon Stairway, the Hypostyle Hall, and the serpentine bench on the main terrace. Originally intended to be a park/city with 60 houses, only two houses were built: Casa Gaudí and Casa Trias. Parc Güell is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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