What is Gaudi’s Park Guell? from Wikipedia: The large cross at the Park’s high-point offers the most complete view of Barcelona and the bay. It is possible to view the main city in panorama, with the Sagrada Família and the Montjuïc area visible at a distance. The park supports a wide variety of wildlife, notably several of […]Read more "Gaudi’s Park Guell in Barcelona"
Gaudi’s church and Park Guell are interchangeable hallmarks. For many, though – for me – the Spanish architect’s apartment block at Casa Mila, better known as La Pedrera, is the coolest. The sleekest. The smartest and most alluring. What is La Pedrera? from Wikipedia: La Pedrera (pronounced: [ɫə pəˈðɾeɾə], meaning the ‘The Quarry’), is a building designed by the Catalan architect Antoni […]Read more "La Pedrera (Casa Mila) in Barcelona"
Apparently, Barcelona isn’t really in Spain. Something called Catalonia. Apparently, Antoni Gaudi was some super-famous builder of homes and all buildings similar. For the Sagrada Familia, he was supposed to build a home for God. Fittingly, it remains unfinished. What is the Sagrada Familia? from Wikipedia: The Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família (Catalan pronunciation: [səˈɣɾaðə […]Read more "The Sagrada Familia in Barcelona"
What is Camp Nou? from Wikipedia: “Camp Nou (Catalan pronunciation: [kamˈnɔw], New Field, often referred to in English as The Nou Camp) is a footballstadium in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, which has been the home of Futbol Club Barcelona since 1957.” With a capacity of 99,786, FC Barcelona’s stadium is the 11th largest in Europe. Tours – the Camp Nou Experience – cost 23 Euros for […]Read more "Camp Nou: The Home of FC Barcelona"