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The history of Palau Güell, officially deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986, is a manifestation of the relationship between Eusebi Güell and his favorite architect, Antoni Gaudí.
This great mansion, located just off the Ramblas, was designed to reflect the Count’s social and economic status, and thus required the use of the finest materials. The façade is made with stone from the village of Garraf, while the interior is marked by fine taste and sophistication, featuring marble columns, ceilings fitted with precious stones set in the mudéjar style, wooden Venetian blinds decorated with ceramic, and the famous Gaudí hallmark, trencadís, with its characteristic bits of mosaic tile.