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Excellent

ProStunning building, intricate carvings, unusual des...

ConsCan get crowded and is sometimes difficult to get ...

Back in May of this year I found myself in Barcelona for a couple of days for a meeting with work. I’d been to Barcelona several times before both with family and through work and it’s become one of my favourite cities. It really has something for everyone; culture, shopping, great food...

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Excellent

ProWell worth a visit, one of the main attractions in...

ConsIt's still roughly 40 years till its finished

Last year as I'm sure a lot of you know I celebrated my 21st birthday with a trip to Barcelona. The trip for me personally wasn't just about the drinking, although that was a large part of it. However I'd spent a lot of time during my 2 years in college studying various different architects and...

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Excellent

ProEverything, seriously!

ConsNone, seriously!

Antoni Gaudí was neither the first nor the last architect to work on the Sagrada Família, but his name will forever be associated with the gargantuan project. In 1926, during the construction of the gigantic church, Gaudí was run over and killed by a number 30 tram. When the ambulance arrived, no...

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Excellent

“Stairways To Heaven”

published 21/04/2003

ProIncredible and Individual, Full of History, Beauti...

ConsUnfinished by Gaudi

In the heart of Barcelona, to the North of the Eixample district, you’ll find a most unusual sight. The pattern of five or six story buildings that dominate the skyline across much of Barcelona is suddenly and dramatically interrupted. For it is here that you will find what could possibly...

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Excellent

ProFantastic Arcitecture

ConsA Shame it's not finished yet

La Sagrada Familia is a large Roman Catholic Church in Barcelona, Spain. Work commenced on the building in 1882 and 129 years later the church is yet to be finished. Sagrada Familia dominates the sky line and some of the best views of the church can be seen from some of the cities higher vantage...

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Super

Prostunning building

Consincomplete, so many tourists

I came here on school art trip, where we were given the task of studying the work of, Picasso, Miro, Dali and Gaudi. Gaudi's work can be found dotted all around Barcelona. On rooftops, in Parc Guell and probably most famously at the Sagrada Familia. There are several elements that Gaudi used in...

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Excellent

“What a spectacular sight”

published 02/03/2001

ProBeautiful building, an inspiration to art

ConsIt is a shame it is not finished

The world famous Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudi started this temple in 1882. He was the director of the project and worked on it for over 40 years until he died in 1926 with it uncompleted. Work has carried on since his death with the same general plan. It won’t be finished until 2010...

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Excellent

ProWonderous building fascinating history

Consitas unfinished

We had a camping holiday in Ribes de Freser in Catalonia at the base of the Spanish Pyrenees. I have wanted to visit Barcelona for several years and since the town we were in was on a direct rail route to Barcelona we decided to take a day of from walking the mountains and visit. The Train took...

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Super

ProGreat views, fans of Gaudi and architecture will l...

Consspiral steps are tiring and can be dangerous

This is one of Barcelona's major landmarks - which is top of the list of sights to see. Whether you're a fan of the Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudi or not, it's well worth a visit. As Gaudi was deeply religious, he believed that this temple/cathedral would redeem the sins of Barcelona, hence it's...

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Excellent

“Gaudi's greatest work”

published 21/10/2012

ProMagnificant and unique building

ConsNA

In my recent trip to Barcelona with my partner, we got on the sightseeing tour bus round the city and we made a stop at the La Sagrada Familia. It is the most visited tourist spot in Spain. It has become the symbol of Barcelona. And in my opinion, it being unfinished yet, is probably part of the...

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Excellent

ProUnfinished Masterpiece, the Gothic wonder ofthe wo...

Consplenty of fast food joints

Whilst visiting Barcelona, in August of 2005, with my Boyfriend Steve and our friend Richie, I visited, as instructed to do by my Mom; the magnificient La Sagrada Familia Temple. Located in Barcelona’s modernist, Eixample district: I took the tube to Passeig de Gràcia Station, up the escalators...

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Product Information : Sagrada Família, Barcelona

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Monument

Product Details

Type: Monument

City: Barcelona

Country: Spain

Continent: Europe

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Listed on Ciao since: 22/02/2001