Sagrada Familia

Sagrada Familia

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The Sagrada Familia is a church in Barcelona that they have been building for 100 years. Gaudi designed it and Barcelona has decided to follow through with it and keep building it until it is done. There are three different sides, each representing three parts of your faith.
It was 10 euros each to get in and that didn’t get us to the top. That was another 3 euros each and the line was about 3 hours long. Needless to say we never made it to the top. I think if I could go back and do it again I actually would have waited in the line and gone to the top. Hopefully when they finish it it will be easier and quicker to get to the top, but from what I saw probably not.

We were able to walk through the entire down stairs and see all the work they have done and that they are currently doing. I thought the museum at the very end about the building and about Gaudi and how he designed it was fascinating!Sagrada Familia flyby 209 flyby 210 flyby 211 flyby 212

By | 2014-05-22T08:59:46+00:00 November 18th, 2009|Barcelona, Spain|0 Comments

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