The Old Town is the oldest and most popular area in Barcelona and the heart of Barcelona. It is divided into the Barri Gtic, the La Ribera and El Raval districts. The Gothic Quarter is the heart of the Old Town. It was originally an ancient Roman fortress village, named after many Gothic buildings.
In the old town, outside the original first city wall is the coastal area. Since its Via Laietana street is adjacent to the Gothic area, it is also a medieval city. The Rabar area is the former red light district, with artists' galleries, clothing stores, bars and record stores lined up on both sides of the street.
St. Paul's Hospital is not far from the Sagrada Famlia. It takes only a few minutes to walk. The original site is an 11th-century pilgrim hospital. It is now called the modernist building complex with a strong Islamic style and is known as in the city. City, "the most beautiful hospital in the world."
is still a world cultural heritage, and the pink powder, the girl is full of heart!
Address: Sant Antoni Maria Claret
It is a world cultural heritage and was built by the father and son of Mondarn. At that time it was a functional hospital. After Gao Dis car accident, he died in this hospital.
Under the blue sky, a pink building is in our eyes. It is like a hospital. It is a palace. I rarely see such a gentle pink in Europe. Most of the time Westerners define rose as a powder. At St. Paul's Hospital, the dome is a cherry blossom with cream, and every detail of the sculpture reveals exquisite elegance.
If you dont know that this is a hospital beforehand, I might think this is a church. After all, if I just cut out the part of the building, then you will think that this is a church.
In fact, this is a Catholic hospital. Although there is no doctor or patient at present, it is just a scenic spot, museum and cultural center. But before June 2009, it was a real hospital.
Look at these colorful mosaics and put together a variety of beautiful patterns, neatly inlaid in the ceiling room, will there be a princess coming out from the green glass window?
Look carefully at the walls where the tiles are laid, the corners are curved, this is to make it easier for the nuns to clean the wall tiles.
Each roof, every pillar, every window, is carefully designed.
The Spanish mosaic art is certainly not absent from this hospital. The ceiling of the hospital is basically mosaic tiles.
Some are designed to be complex flower styles; some use monochrome collage directly. When you walk into the room, you will feel surrounded by mosaic art, and you will have hallucinations in your eyes.
is dominated by green mosaics and tiles, because the hospital is a Catholic hospital, and the green in the ward symbolizes the green hope of Catholics, often used to bring hope to patients.
Entering another building from the square, it is the hottest pink dome in the whole hospital, and the girl's heart is flooding! Dreamy space, full of romance.