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... what it was to look like on completion. It has three facades - east facing (sun rising) depicting birth, new beginnings and is symbolic of the birth of Christ. There are 3 entrances trough here representing Hope, Faith and Charity. The stain glass is in blues and greens.
The south facing facade is reflective of Passion and depicts the life of Christ, the last supper, Judas's kiss, the trial and the Ascension. It reflects a lots of structures that look like bones and skeletons. ...
... organ, paintings, grand staircase, stained glass, timber and wrought iron features etc.
The building also had a very advanced storm water drainage management features. The building had five above ground levels, along with a very opulent stable below ground level. In addition, the building had a roof top patio area, all contoured and paved for drainage, as well as with Gaudi's fairly standard and unique ornaments atop, including a central ...
... the Barcelona Marathon every March with over 10,000 participants in 2010, the Cursa de Bombers in April, the Cursa de El Corte Inglés in May (with about 60,000 participants each year), the Cursa de la Mercè, the Cursa Jean Bouin, the Milla Sagrada Família and the San Silvestre. The Open Seat Godó, a 50-year-old ATP World Tour 500 Series tennis tournament, is held annually in the facilities of the Real Club de Tenis Barcelona (Barcelona Royal Tennis Club). ...
... The Shadow of the Wind and I will relate to you in detail just how the setting of this book enhanced my experience.
In The Shadow of the Wind, I was amazed by how easily accessible everything in Barcelona appeared. I understand that this took place post World War II, but even so, it seemed that Daniel scurried from plaza to plaza in no time. Barcelona is crowded, perhaps as large as Madrid, and certainly larger ...
... here is La Pedrera (The Quarry) – apparently named so because of its uneven grey stone fašade, and known for its wavy exterior and weird chimneys. We couldn’t see much from the outside as the whole building was covered in a big protective sheet. For a break from the Gaudi, we took a look at some work by different architects (can’t recall their names) including Casa Amatller with its stepped roof and interesting light posts in the foyer, and the Fundacio Antoni ...