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Tuesday, April 3, 2007 (read 1024 times)
 

How to finish Gaudí's Sagrada Familia

by Erin

According to an article published in El Pais a week or two ago (to which I unfortunately cannot link since it is in the paid archives section of the website), work on Gaudí's Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is going quickly, and will be completely finished during 2008.

I wonder if it will attract as many tourists as a completed church as it does as a stunning work-in-progress?

March 19th marked the 125th anniversary of the laying of the first stone for the church.

Rigol also talked about a contest, to be launched in June, of ideas about just how to put the final touches on the Sagrada Familia. Now that could be fun…


Keywords: travel,spain,news,barcelona

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