This video gives a good introduction to the work of Antoni Gaudi as found in the Spanish city of Barcelona. Gaudi was a innovative exponent of the organic Art Nouveau style of architecture (known in Spain as Modernist).
Here, also, is a Youtube film about the exciting and vibrant city of Barcelona combined with the wonderful theme song for the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympic Games (albeit unfortunately cut short). The song Barcelona was written by the late Freddie Mercury and sung in duet with Montserrat Caballé, although sadly Mercury did not live to sing it at the Olympic opening ceremony. The memory of this song and that of the amazing views of the coastline seen behind the divers at the Olympic pool, along with a fascination with Gaudi’s work has made Barcelona a place I have wanted to visit for a long time so I am really looking forward to our visit. The architecture of Antoni Gaudi, including Casa Batlló and Casa Milà, Parc Güell and the Sagrada Família church are all on our itinerary as well as visits to Montjuïc, which overlooks the city plus plenty of opportunities to try out the local food.