Hostal La Terrassa
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... word “gaudy” comes from). His work has become
very famous, and seven of his buildings are declared world heritage sites by
UNESCO. He died in 1926, (age 73) after being run over by a tram. We saw several of his buildings on the bus
tours. One of them (the Temple of Sagrada Familia) is still under construction.
It sat dormant for many years after his death, and is now being finished based
on his plans and sketches. ...
... a bus tour every day. It was a double decker bus, with a open top. It was so hot we would wake up every day soaked in sweat. We went shopping every day. We went to those touristy shops. We had the best time. I thought it was better then Paris ( in France ). In the lane ways it was all ...
... mountain range of Collserola, the Llobregat river to the southwest and the Besòs river to the north.This plain covers an area of 170 km2 (66 sq mi),of which 101 km2 (39.0 sq mi) are occupied by the city itself. It is 120 kilometres (75 miles) south of the Pyrenees and the Catalan border with France. Tibidabo, 512 m (1,680 ft) high, offers striking views over the city and is topped by the 288.4 m (946.2 ft) Torre de Collserola, a telecommunications tower that is visible from ...
... type feeling that would bring about a feeling of awe and respect more than anything else. Sagrada Familia made me feel warm, welcome, and embraced within its building. The bright white color, the colorful colorful mosaics on the windows and also smooth rounding lines rather than edges played a role in creating this effect. This Christ was also very unique with it not standing upright but with its knees slightly bent due to the pain of being hung on the cross.
... city, rich with architectural buildings. Many of these buildings have the influence of Gaudi. ...