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Pictures of La Sagrada Familia, by Gaudi:
Country:Spain,   City:Barcelona,   Category:Cities By Fernando
About  La Sagrada Familia, by Gaudi 
There's plenty of literature about Gaudi and La Sagrada Familia. In a nutshell, Gaudi was one of the greatest architects of the XIX and XX century, mostly recognized by his creative and ornamented detailing, the use of geometry and forms inspired by nature, and clever engineering. The Sagrada Familia is consider his unfinished masterpiece and no matter how many times you have seen it in pictures and art books, you have to go inside to really appreciate it, and like me, maybe finally put it in a very special place in the history of architecture, creativity and design. Gaudi took over the design of the Sagrada Familia in 1883. He devoted his last years to the project and at the time of his death in 1926, less than a quarter of the project was complete. The Sagrada Familia is in continuous work, and it is expected to be completed by 2026. The church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and in November 2010 was consecrated and proclaimed a minor basilica by Pope Benedict XVI. Among other things, and despite the fact that I had to rush through part of the visit, a couple of things to consider would be going up to the top of the towers or a unique view of the city and a closer look to the portions of the project that are under construction. And, in the basement, an exhibition of Gaudi's drawings and physical models for this project will give you a much better understanding of the building. Really, unique. You have to go. More
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