The Park Güell is a combination of a public park and some private area located on Carmel Hill of Barcelona. A Count Güell engaged Gaudi for this project and the park was built from 1900 to 1914 and was officially opened as a public park in 1926.
These visitors on the steps have just crossed over a cordon that indicates that it is not allowed to go up the stairs. In all fairness, the stone slabs did not look to be in a terribly unsafe condition, but the park authorities probably wanted to safeguard themselves. But anyway, coming back to the Park, I will feature some more shots.
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