Park Güell

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Park Güell was named for and commissioned by Gaudi’s patron Count Eusebi Güell. It was originally intended as a gated residential community based on the English Garden City model, centered on a public square, where impromptu dances and plays could be performed, built over a cover market place. Only two houses were ever built. One of which became Gaudi’s home from 1906 to 1926, and now houses the Casa-Museu Gaudi museum of memorabilia.

Hat: (Vintage store)

Top: Banana Republic

Pants: Mango

Shoes: Nike

Bracelete: (Vintage store)

Sunglasses: Zara

Necklace: GINAGIOVANINA

Instagram: gina_cosette

Photography: Giovanina Paige

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