Saint Family Cathedral La Sagrada Fam & 7; Lia Saint Family Cathedral was founded in 1882, and Gaudi took over the construction work in 1883. When Gaudi died in a car accident in 1926, other architects continued to build the cathedral in Gaudi's architectural style. The cathedral has undergone a long construction process and is still under construction. It is expected to be completed in 2026. 2026 is also the centenary of Gaudi's death. As a Catholic, Gaudi wanted to build the cathedral into three facades according to the Bible, symbolizing the three stages of Jesus'life: birth, suffering and resurrection. During his lifetime, he only participated in the construction of the birth plane, which also embodied his naturalistic thought. When the cathedral is completed, there will be 18 minarets, 4 minarets on three facades, 12 minarets representing 12 believers, and 4 minarets representing missionaries and the Virgin Mary. The highest minaret in the center is Jesus himself, the 172-meter tower of Jesus. As a landmark building in Barcelona, St. Family Cathedral attracts numerous visitors. The scaffolding above the church seems bizarre, while the church interior uses a large number of curves and surfaces, and combined with spiral, wavy lines, hollow out, cone angle and other geometric changes to form a magnificent architectural style. Gaudi also uses natural elements in the Saint Family Cathedral. The whole Saint Family Cathedral is like a dense forest, with its neatly arranged roots and pillars as branches and leaves, its dome as numerous tree eyes (also known as flowers), and animal sculptures such as lizards, frogs and insects on the walls of the cathedral. In addition, the church uses a lot of natural light, and the walls are mosaic with many stained glass windows. Whenever the morning light rises and the sunset sets, you can see mosaic windows projecting colorful shadows on the church floor, like a broken kaleidoscope, like a dream. Visitors can also climb on the birthplace or the crucifixion to enjoy the panoramic view of Barcelona.