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Barcelona's Temple de la Sagrada Familia
Barcelona’s Temple de la Sagrada Familia

Antonio Gaudi is Barcelona’s patron architect. Much of the city bears his stamp. Nowhere is this more evident than in his unfinished masterpiece, The Temple of the Holy Family. Work began in 1883 but halted after the architect’s untimely death from a tram accident in 1926. On its way to becoming as tall as nearby […]

By : Our World Cities Date : February 10, 2021 Category : Barcelona Our World Cities Comments :
Parc Guell, Barcelona Spain
Barcelona Parc Guell

Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Parc Guell is yet another of architect Antonio Gaudi’s great gifts to the city of Barcelona. Built between 1900-1914, this 20-hectare park sits on the hills to the north of Barcelona’s main areas. It provides a peaceful oasis of lush greenery and outstanding architectural elements. On the northern edge […]

By : Our World Cities Date : February 10, 2021 Category : Barcelona Our World Cities Comments :
Casa Milà, Barcelona
Barcelona Casa Milà (La Pedrera)

In the ultra-fashionable neighborhood along Passeig de Gràcia stands one of the most unusual examples of Barcelona architecture – or anywhere else in the world: Casa Milà, otherwise known as La Pedrera. The first name is drawn from the patron who commissioned renowned architect Antonio Gaudi to build what became an apartment complex. The work […]

By : Our World Cities Date : February 8, 2021 Category : Barcelona Our World Cities Comments :
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