Posts Tagged ‘Sagrada Familia’

Sagrada Familia invites medical workers to attend July 4 reopening Comments 0

Monday, July 6th, 2020

The Sagrada Familia which was designed by Antoni Gaudí, will reopen its doors July 4 following a more than 100-day closure due to the coronavirus crisis. The unfinished basilica, which was forced to close to tourists March 13, will offer free entry to medical workers and their families Saturday in the first phase of its Read more

Sagrada Família fills me with hope for Europe Comments 0

Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

The exterior of the Sagrada Família in Barcelona is a bit loopy, but the interior is so awe-inspiring that it could win over future generations to Christianity. I went to Barcelona by chance. My brother’s wife and daughters had been delighted by this elegant city in northern Spain and especially by the basilica of the Read more

Sagrada Familia, Barcelona Comments 0

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Sagrada Familia, or the Basilica of the Holy Family, is a large, incomplete church in Barcelona, Spain. Work commenced on Sagrada Familia in 1882. A year later the project was taken over by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi, who transformed the project with his particular style. Dedicating the last years of his life to the project, Read more