Cathedral of Barcelona - Things to Know Before Visiting
Pla de la Seu, s/n, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
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About Cathedral of Barcelona
Gothic cathedral with large sculpture heavy hall, and gargoyles on its roof featuring mythical animals.
Attractions Near Cathedral of Barcelona
Contemporary Art Museum situated amongst the old and narrow streets of Barcelona. Displays mostly Catalonian and Spanish art from three time periods- the first one from the forties to the sixties; the second spans the sixties and seventies; the third period is contemporary.
Dedicated to shipbuilding between the thirteenth and eighteenth centuries. It shows the history of the navigation from the early days together with the history of the Spanish Navy since the Catholic Monarchs, in the 15th century, up to the present. It also hosts several navigation instruments, weapons, portolans and paintings
The hundred-plus years old masterpiece of Antoni Gaudí that is still under construction. Towering over the city of Barcelona, one of the most artistic buildings in the world.
A large park created by the renowned architect Antoni Gaudí. Sculptures, mosaic-covered terraces and steps, and many other stunning works from Gaudi can be seen here. It also has great views of Barcelona city.
A multi-peaked mountain range near Barcelona. Montserrat" literally means "saw mountain" in Catalan, due to the multitude of rock formations that looks like a handsaw from a distance. At the top of the mountain, there are various abandoned hovels in the cliff faces that were previously the abodes of reclusive monks.
The line of Villefranche - Vernet-Les-Bains in Latour-de-Carol, sometimes dubbed line Cerdanya, is a line of railroad to route metric long 62.5 km, which, in the department of Pyrenees -Orientales, connects Villefranche - Vernet-Les-Bains station to that of Latour-de-Carol - Enveitg via Font-Romeu following the Têt valley then crossing the Cerdagne plateau.
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What Visitors Say About Cathedral of Barcelona
This gothic cathedral is a piece of art. Although probably lost its touristy significance due to the Sagrada Familia, the church is still a great attraction to visit. The immensely large interior with roof with it's gargoyles is a sight to see. The church is dedicated to Eulalia of Barcelona, who suffered martyrdom during the Roman times of the city. The body of Saint Eulalia is entombed in the cathedrals crypt which is located right below the altar. The cathedral also run a small museum as well but I forgot the contents of the museum. Overall visiting this church was a great experience.