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Reus, the birthplace of Antonio Gaudi and Catalan Art Nouveau

Artist - a person who creates works of art, especially paintings or drawings
Site - a place where a building, town, etc. was, is or will be located
Sculpture - a work of art that is a solid figure or object made by carving or shaping wood, stone, clay, metal, etc.
Origin - the point from which something starts; the cause of something
Exhibition - a collection of things, for example works of art, that are shown to the public
Creation - the act or process of making something that is new, or of causing something to exist that did not exist before
Reconstruction - a copy of something that no longer exists
Workshop - a room or building in which things are made or repaired using tools or machines
Staircase - a set of stairs inside a building including the (= posts and bars that are fixed at the side)
Design - to decide how something will look, work, etc., by drawing plans, making computer models, etc.
Heritage - the history, traditions, buildings and objects that a country or society has had for many years and that are considered an important part of its character








Definition of Artist from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Site from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Sculpture from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Origin from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary ]
Definition of Exhibition from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary ]
Definition of Creation from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Reconstruction from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Workshop from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Staircase from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Design from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Heritage from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]

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