So the Sagrada Familia is one of the world’s highest religious buildings and if this is not the most magnificent work of art you’ve ever seen, then I don’t know what is. Barcelona is a place filled with wonderful architecture, and 9 times out of 10, it is by none other than Antoni Gaudi.
My friend Amaka and I went on an audio tour around the entire church, looking at the different edges, corners and the wonderful tessellations it possesses. We stopped a while to sit and pray at the basilica, which felt so calming because of the atmosphere we were in. Being a Christian, I just felt so happy and excited to be in such a wonderful church, however, if I went to church every Sunday, you can be sure that I would be fixated on the décor rather than the sermon. Oops!
According to the Sagrada Familia website, “Symbolically, the Sagrada Familia basilica expression in stone of the Christian faith.” In this temple, which enhances the family of Nazareth as a model family together, Christians recognize that what they believe is particularly the faithful of the Catholic Church. However, those who profess a faith other than Christian or not profess any can find the key to understanding the foundations of this religion, that is, the history of the Church, the Holy Scriptures, tradition and the invocation of saints, doctrine and Christian worship.
The Sagrada Família is a church of five naves with a transept of three, forming a Latin cross. At the top of the cross there is the apse, semi-circular, which closes behind the passion, death and resurrection (Sardinia Street), and its glory present and future (Calle Mallorca).
Happy hump day Ribbons!