Sagrada Familia: the one place we visited in Barcelona, Spain

“They say Spain is pretty, though I’ve never been…”

I can no longer sing that song because I’ve actually just been to Barcelona in Spain, albeit for only about three hours.

Due to the limited time, we visited only one attraction: the Sagrada Familia which is still under construction.

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One thought on “Sagrada Familia: the one place we visited in Barcelona, Spain

  1. […] Sagrada Familia, designed by architect Antoni Gaudi, is still under construction. Despite this, the church is already the most iconic attraction in the city. The 0-euro souvenir banknote below lumps the unfinished structure together with other famous landmarks in Europe: the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Manneken Pis in Brussels, the Colosseum in Rome, the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, and the Big Ben in London. Oh, this reminds me that I’ve never been to England. The Big Ben is the only one with no hyperlink to any of my blog posts. Anyway that’s another matter. […]

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