Sagrada Familia – Barcelona, Spain
Posted: December 23, 2010 in Architecture & Urban Sketches, Cartoons, Change the World
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This is the Sagrada Familia by Antonio Gaudi in Barcelona, Spain. I did this during my 6 weeks of back-packing throughout Europe. We arrived early the morning and on exiting one of the narrow streets our professor took us through, this was our marvelous sight. Voila! Two friends and I climbed all the way up the tower via its very tight spiral stair. The view from the top was beautiful! I look forward to going back…and paying my way through Europe by my sketches. It’s one of my dreams.
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