[Barcelona Cathedral in Barcelona]
The main church is the so-called Barcelona Cathedral, in the heart of the Gothic Old Town, the architectural style of Spanish Catalan and French Gothic . The ruins of the Roman era and the medieval towers merged here, and the sculptures of "The Sorrow of Despula" are in the beautiful cloister around the church.
The construction of the entire church took nearly 150 years, and then it was rebuilt until the church's exterior and the interior of the church were well-built, but the top floor was still under repair when I went. The cathedral on the square has two octagonal bell towers up to 92 meters and a cloister called the three-story gallery. No matter the style of the European church, it is particularly beautiful in appearance. The high dome building has a series of music in the church. You can take pictures but whisper, you can also spend two euros. Pray for an oil lamp.
After visiting the interior of the church, you can line up to take the elevator to the top of the church. The roof is still in the middle of the building, but there is a walkway for visitors. The top floor is surrounded by fences but can also be seen at close range. To the octagonal bell tower. It rained these two days, and the city skyline seen from a height was also slightly thick.
The second time I returned to Basse, there are not many scenic spots to go back, but this must be one of them, because this is our favorite church in Spain except the Sagrada Familia. The
bag also tells you the little secret: Visit this Gothic building, in addition to the main hall, the dome and the cloister, you can also spend 3 euros to climb the spire.
This is a great place to overlook the panoramic view of Barcelona. It is much better than the Sagrada Familia and St. Mary's Ocean Church.~~~
With a telephoto lens, you can easily take the Sagrada Familia. The Shrine of the Rosary, the Montjuic Castle and the cable car to the Montjuic, the Catalunya Museum and the Olympic Ring, the Columbus Memorial Tower and other landmarks.
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Barcelona Cathedral, referred to as the Archbishop's Cathedral, is a Gothic building in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona. It is the cathedral of the Catholic Diocese of Barcelona. It is actually the home of Connaught Homes, Deka House and The house of the Aradica is composed of three medieval churches.
The main church was built in the 13th to 15th centuries of Barcelona's most prosperous period. It took 150 years from construction to completion, and the cloister around Fuente de las Ocas was completed in 1450. And in the long years that followed, it was processed many times, and the neo-Gothic facade was built in the 19th century. Therefore, the various parts of the church present different architectural styles.
Located in the Gothic Quarter, you will be impressed by the cathedral from the outside, mainly from the exterior dotted with many monster statues. The interior of the church is very large, divided into a central square and two corridors, according to LP. Introduction, this is one of the few churches in Barcelona that were not destroyed by anarchists during the Civil War. At the center is the exquisite woodcarving choir seat Coro at the end of the 14th century. The coat of arms on the seat indicates that it belongs to the Order of the Golden Fleece Barcelona branch of the Golden Wool Knights.
Address: Carrer de la Pietat, 5 08002 Barcelona
Transportation: Metro L1 (red line) and FGC get off at Plaa Catalunya station, subway L3 (green line) Liceu station
ticket 7 euros, clothing is required The upper body needs clothes with sleeves, and the lower body is not allowed to wear shorts and short skirts.
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8
The main body of Barcelona Cathedral is dominated by Gothic style, with slender lines as the main feature, and the dome and internal structure show neo-gothic style. Through the elevator on the dome of the church you can reach the top of the church and enjoy the sights of the old city of Barcelona. The worshippers of the various industrial guilds are enshrined in the prayer rooms of the cathedral cloister. The choir's seats, religious murals, sculptures and a variety of gold and silver instruments in the Saint Eulalia Chapel are gorgeous. In addition, the Eulalia virgin cemetery and the Lepando Christ prayer room deserve special attention.