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The Basílica de la Sagrada Família (Catalan: [bəˈzilikə ðə lə səˈɣɾaðə fəˈmiljə]; Spanish: Basílica de la Sagrada Familia; ‘Basilica of the Holy Family’),[4] also known as the Sagrada Família, is a large unfinished minor basilica in the Eixample district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Designed by the Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí (1852–1926), his work on the building is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.[5] On 7 November 2010, Pope Benedict XVI consecrated the church and proclaimed it a minor basilica.[6][7][8]

On 19 March 1882, construction of the Sagrada Família began under architect Francisco de Paula del Villar. In 1883, when Villar resigned,[5] Gaudí took over as chief architect, transforming the project with his architectural and engineering style, combining Gothic and curvilinear Art Nouveau forms. Gaudí devoted the remainder of his life to the project, and he is buried in the crypt. At the time of his death in 1926, less than a quarter of the project was complete.[9]

The basilica has a long history of splitting opinion among the residents of Barcelona: over the initial possibility it might compete with Barcelona’s cathedral, over Gaudí’s design itself, over the possibility that work after Gaudí’s death disregarded his design,[13] and the 2007 proposal to build a tunnel nearby as part of Spain’s high-speed rail link to France, possibly disturbing its stability.[14] Describing the Sagrada Família, art critic Rainer Zerbst said «it is probably impossible to find a church building anything like it in the entire history of art»,[15] and Paul Goldberger describes it as «the most extraordinary personal interpretation of Gothic architecture since the Middle Ages».[16] The basilica is not the cathedral church of the Archdiocese of Barcelona, as that title belongs to the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia.

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Gaat u binnenkort op bezoek bij de Sagrada Familia in Barcelona? Lees dan op deze pagina alle informatie om uw bezoek voor te bereiden. De onvoltooide kerk van Gaudi heeft helaas lange wachtrijen wanneer u uw bezoek niet vooraf reserveert. Bestel uw tickets daarom altijd eenvoudig vooraf, zodat u bij uw bezoek geen tijd verliest bij de ingang van de kathedraal van de Sagrada Familia.

Bent u na bovenstaande foto’s van de Sagrada Familia al opgewarmd? Deze bezienswaardigheid mag absoluut niet ontbreken tijdens uw stedentrip in Barcelona. De schitterende details en de prachtige en kleurrijke lichtinval zijn in het echt nog indrukwekkender dan op de foto’s. Een ideaal tijdstip om de Heilige kerk te bezoeken voor de mooie foto’s is er niet. Eigenlijk heeft de kerk bij zonnig weer altijd een schitterende lichtval. Combineer uw bezoek ook meteen met een bezoek aan een van de torens van de passie-gevel. Zowel tickets voor het bezoeken van de kerk zelf als voor het beklimmen van de torens moet u altijd uw tickets tijdig vooraf reserveren. Informatie over uw bezoek en tickets kunt u uitgebreid lezen op deze pagina over de Sagrada Familia.

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‘Send Gaudí and the Sagrada Família to hell,’ wrote Picasso. While it is easy to see how some of the religious clichés of the building and the devotional fervour of its creator might annoy an angry young Cubist, Barcelona’s iconic temple still manages to inspire delight in equal measure.

Gaudí dedicated more than 40 years (the last 14 of them exclusively) to the project, and is buried beneath the nave. Many consider the crypt and the Nativity façade, which were completed in his lifetime, as the most beautiful elements of the church. The latter, facing C/Marina, looks at first glance as though some careless giant has poured candle wax over a Gothic cathedral, but closer inspection shows every protuberance to be an intricate sculpture of flora, fauna or human figure, combining to form an astonishingly moving stone tapestry depicting scenes from Christ’s early years.

Providing a grim counterpoint to the excesses of the Nativity façade is the Passion façade on C/Sardenya, with bone-shaped columns and haunting, angular sculptures by Josep Maria Subirachs showing the 12 stations of the cross. The vast metal doors, set behind the sculpture of the flagellation of Jesus, are particularly arresting, covered in quotations from the Bible in various languages. The Glory façade on C/Mallorca, the final side to be built and the eventual main entrance, is currently shooting up behind the scaffolding and is devoted to the Resurrection, a mass of stone clouds and trumpets emblazoned with words from the Apostles’ Creed.

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Barcelona (Barcelones) 14/02/2014 Sociedad Viviendas del entorno de la Sagrada Familia afectadas urbanisticamente (segun el plan general metropolitano) por el posible paseo que han de abrir frente la fachada de la Gloriia, entre Mallorca i Arago. En la foto vista aerea de casi toda la zona afectada FOTO DANNY CAMINAL.

B2. Barcelona, 19-12-04.- La Barcelona desaparecida «La Barcelona Desapareguda» obra del periodista Josep Maria Huertas y del documentalista Guillerm Huertas muestra imágenes inéditas de la Barcelona de principios de siglo. En la fotografía la Sagrada Familia a principios del XX. EFE/Archivo Huertas.

Barcelona (Barcelones) 14/02/2014 Sociedad Viviendas del entorno de la Sagrada Familia afectadas urbanisticamente (segun el plan general metropolitano) por el posible paseo que han de abrir frente la fachada de la Gloriia, entre Mallorca i Arago. En la foto vista aerea de casi toda la zona afectada FOTO DANNY CAMINAL.

B2. Barcelona, 19-12-04.- La Barcelona desaparecida «La Barcelona Desapareguda» obra del periodista Josep Maria Huertas y del documentalista Guillerm Huertas muestra imágenes inéditas de la Barcelona de principios de siglo. En la fotografía la Sagrada Familia a principios del XX. EFE/Archivo Huertas.

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