Prepare to be awed at these 7 Barcelona monuments

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Touted as Barcelona’s most symbolic architectural icon, La Sagrada Familia is a surreal representation of the entire history of Christianity. You cannot leave Barcelona without a visit to La Sagrada Familia. If you don't have the time, even a walk by is an experience to remember.

While Gaudi’s work is still incomplete 130 years after the project began, it is his best known work the world over. It features three huge facades, the Nativity, the Passion, and the Glory which serves as the main entrance.
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Casa Batllo is the most impressive and admirable of all of Gaudi’s creations. It is visually arresting from the outside and from the inside.

Open to the public is an apartment, the attic, and the roof terrace. Gaudi’s masterful eye is beautifully reflected in the intricacies of the house, both inside and out. More Details>
Another one of Gaudi’s masterpieces, La Pedrera, formerly Casa Mila, beautifully evokes the sea’s movement with an uneven grey stone facade that reminds one of an open quarry.

It boasts gorgeous rooftop views of the L’Eixample district and beyond, as well as a glimpse into the life of Spanish nobility during the early 20th century. The chimneys on the roof are stunning, and are viewed by many to be a standalone attraction by themselves.

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A symphony of architecture, the Palau de la Musica is a highlight of Barcelona’s modernista style and was regarded as a temple of the Catalan Renaissance. Some of the best Catalan artisans helped create the gorgeous interior and exterior that can be admired either through a guided tour or performance.More Details>
La Catedral sets itself apart from other churches in Barcelona with its beautiful facade typical of northern European gothic style. Inside and out there is plenty to see from the central nave to the crypt and roof. See it for free or pay for a special tour between 1pm and 5pm.More Details>
Gaudi’s last major project was the church, Colonia Guell, for the textile complex located in the village of Santa Coloma de Cervello outside Barcelona. While unfinished, his genus is still present in the tree like columns of the crypt, the plant-shaped stained glass windows, and the wavy pews. More Details>
Built in a record-breaking 54 years during the 14th century, Santa Maria del Mar is an interesting choice for visitors who want to see one of Barcelona’s Gothic churches. Representative of Catalan Gothic architecture but in a minimalist sort of way, it lacks excessive decoration, unlike other large Gothic churches in the city.More Details>

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Address Details

1 : La Sagrada Familia
Carrer de Mallorca, 401, 08013, Barcelona

2 : Casa Batllo
Passeig de Gracia, 43, 08007, Barcelona

3 : Casa Mila - La Pedrera
Calle Paseo de Gracia, 92, 08008, Barcelona

4 : Palau de la Musica
C/ Palau de la Música, 4-6, 08003, Barcelona

5 : Catedral de Barcelona
Pla Seu, 3, 08002, Barcelona

6 : Colonia Guell
Claudi Guell, 6, Santa Coloma de Cervello, Barcelona

7 : Santa Maria del Mar
Placa Santa Maria 1, 08003, Barcelona