Places Around Guell Palace
The Güell Palace, built between 1885 and 1889 by the renowned Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi, is considered one of Barcelona's most famous buildings. It designated a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site preserving the works of Antoni Gaudi.
Güell Palace's guests' horse-driven carriages entered through the forged iron gates with a parabolic arch and intricate ornaments. The palace's interiors are noted for their ornate walls and ceilings. The ceiling of the main party room which served to entertain owners' high society guests had small holes near the top where lanterns were hung fro the outside to make it look like starry sky.
The palace is now accessible to the public though some parts of the building remain closed.