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Magic Fountain
Barcelona's magical fountain is the largest in Europe and the second-largest fountain in the world. This fountain was a project of the 1929 Barcelona World Expo project. But it has been well maintained since the Expo and is now one of Barcelona's most popular attractions. The fountain has 3,620 water spouts, 8 colors for conversion, and 4,760 illuminators. It is these hardware technologies that create a dream with water and light. Every summer night, when the fountain starts the light show, it will attract many tourists who stop and watch, bringing a lot of happiness to everyone. Looking at people's happy expressions, you will feel that watching such a show is also very satisfactory.
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Park Guell
Guell Park is divided into public areas and toll areas. We bought the tickets online in advance, booked for 3 o'clock admission. In the spare time waiting for admission, we went to the public garden area, and honestly said that if you don't go to the toll area, the park can still be enjoyed. But the essence of the beauty of this place is in the toll area. Every wall in the park is covered with completely different tiles. Spain is a country that esteems the ceramic tile culture, especially in Barcelona and Seville. From the steps next to the fountain, you can see the Baizhu Hall and the buildings supported by 86 Tao Like columns. It is difficult to guess that it was originally a market. Raise your head, and you can see the cute patterns on the top. Gaudi's design is always full of little surprises. Guell Park is also a place where people from all over the world are crazy about Gaudi’s design, even if it is just an unfinished place. It seems that something innovative is always appreciated. From this lizard-like staircase, you can climb the park's most elite small square. The square is surrounded by a curved bench with mosaics. Some people call it a long snake seat.
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Barcelona,Recommendations
Sagrada Familia
Coming to Barcelona, standing at the foot of the Sagrada Familia, this unfinished work of Gaudi, built a vast project that has not been completed for 132 years, covered with scaffolding. This is the only building in the world that has been listed as a World Heritage Site before it has been completed. The people who queued to buy tickets went around the Sagrada Familia for a full circle. It is recommended to purchase tickets online in advance. Since Gaudi took over the project in 1883, he changed his life to a flashy life. He devoted his passion for faith, his lifelong enthusiasm and passion to the design, in full accordance with the Bible. Describe to build the Sagrada Familia, use every detail to show the world that God has to say, and do everything in its power to convince the world of God's existence. God's will, such as the bright and dark stars of the night sky, brought inspiration, and he devoted himself to a grand practice day after day. When designing the wall of the birth of Jesus, he followed the example of Christ's cessation of eating before the gospel, hunger for twenty days, and almost starved to death. The Bible is the fundamental blueprint for the Sagrada Familia. It means a record, a metaphor, a metaphor for not forgetting the existence of God, and a metaphor for the world to believe. Gaudi hopes that every visitor will look up at the moment, just like opening the Bible. and finally Gaudi's metaphor becomes a seed, and those who are understood know that they will continue to carry out God's will to complete Gaudi's unfulfilled wish and become a person who has been practicing for generations. With his own way and concentration, crushing the frenzied interests and human prejudice, with a firm and sincere heart, devoutly step by step toward the spiritual light in the middle of the night.
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Sagrada Familia
On the roof of the Mila House you can see a "architecture monster" that has been built for more than 100 years and is still unfinished. That's right, it is Gaud's stunning "Sacred Family Church". Before we visited the Sagrada Familia, we have visited countless famous European cathedrals, which often give us a similar aesthetic fatigue. But I have to admit that the Sagrada Familia is unique in the world in any sense! Breaking through the traditional pattern of Christianity, Gaud uses a spiral-shaped pier, a hyperbolic side wall and a vaulted parabolic roof to form a symbolic complex structure. At the top of the church tower is the grotesque pointed persimmon. The whole tower is covered with shutters and looks like a large vase. The natural light is the source of light for the church. The concept of natural and environmental protection advocated by Gaud is once again cleverly used. Various monsters, gargoyles, lizards, snakes and dragonflies sticking out of the church, as well as many other beautifully carved and unique, whether it is Jesus on the cross or the theme sculpture created according to the story of the Bible, Come with a strong sense of visual impact. Even if you don't know anything about Christianity, as long as you stand in front of the Holy Family Church, you will be impressed by the singular and strange carving texture. I can't even calm the inner shock. I stood at the bottom of the church and looked up at the "monster" in front of me. The four hollow towers of the church towered into the clouds and looked like giant anthills that had penetrated hundreds of holes. I seem to hear Gaudi, who is sleeping under the church, saying that "Architecture must be a combination of natural reproduction and human fantasy."
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