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13 Jan 2018
Antoni Gaudí was born in Reus, Spain to coppersmith Francesc Gaudí i Serra and Antonia Corneti i Bertran.
Gaudí moved to Barcelona
Gaudí graduated from the Provincial School of Architecture
Gaudí begins studying at the school of the Master Bergenguer of Reus
Gaudi studies a degree in the Escoles Dies of Reus
Gaudí dies after being hit by a tram 3 days before
The construction of Park Güell begins. This is said to have been one of his most ambitious urban development projects.
Park Güell is opened to the public.
Gaudí's house at Park Güell was sold and opened to the public as the Gaudí House Museum.
It is declared that Park Güell is a site of national cultural interest.
1984: Park Güell is categorised as World Heritage by UNESCO.
The Gaudí House Museum is taken ownership by The Construction Board of La Sagrada Família
The death of Antoni Gaudí's father, Francesc Gaudí i Serra
Gaudí was enlisted for the military and assigned to the Army Infantry in Barcelo.
Gaudí moved to Barcelona to study architecture
Gaudi began at the School of Architecture
Gaudí moved to live in his studio at Sagrada Família.
Eusebi Güell passes away.
Over Gaudí's first year at the School of Architecture, a few of his projects included designing a water tower, a candelabrum and a cemetery gate.
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