It’s one of the most famous works of the genial Antoni Gaudì, the architect who planned this modernist temple, seeking inspiration in Nature and supervising its construction for the first decades; its sinuous, enveloping and rounded shapes characterise its design, with the magnificent towers scraping the sky with their undulated profile inspired by the sacred mountain of Montserrat and which make of this incomplete work a symbol of the city.
Like the big Gothic cathedrals which partly inspire it, the church has taken shape over more than a century and after the death of Gaudì it is still under construction.
- Placa de la Sagrada Familia
- Tel. 93 207 30 31
- Email: email@example.com
- Link: www.sagradafamilia.org
- Underground: Lines 2 and 5 (Sagrada Familia)
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