Sagrada Familia

I am undone. I am so totally blown away by architect Antonin Gaudi’s masterpiece, the Basilica de la Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Catalonia. I had not expected such an emotional and awe inspiring interior space. I’m spent, and will write more when I’ve recovered from jet lag!

Sagrada Familia, Barcelona  © Harold Davis

Sagrada Familia, Barcelona © Harold Davis

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