Next May will be the eleventh anniversary of my trip to Spain in the company of my eldest daughter and my grandchildren at the invitation of my sister who lives in that country that is related to the history of Venezuela.
In that opportunity I enjoyed immensely knowing many beautiful and important places of León and other cities such as Saragoza, Pamplona and Madrid. I walked with much admiration for its cobbled streets and visited several important emblematic monuments of that European country.
My daughter took many pictures with our friends we met in Venezuela and who live in Spain today. I really appreciate these photos that I treasure as a souvenir of my first and only trip to Spain, but one that I greatly appreciate for your curiosity is one where I am next to the sculpture of the famous Spanish architect Antonio Gaudí located in a plaza in León.
As I have learned, this architect born in Barcelona, who lived between 1852 and 1926, also known as Antoni Gaudí, is considered in his biography as a prodigious exponent of his discipline and the greatest representative of Catalan modernism. It is said that the splendor and beauty of his work is due to the relationship he had from childhood with nature, which he considered his teacher.