A new skyline for Barcelona

09/01/2019

The Sagrada Familia, the unfinished work of the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí, is surely the most emblematic building in Barcelona and one of the best-known examples of Catalan modernism. In fact, anyone who has drawn the skyline of the city, surely have included the profile of the four bell towers of the façades of the basilica.

From this 2019, however, the iconic image of the temple will begin to change, since by the end of the year the six central towers will have exceeded the height of the façade towers. The end of the works is planned for 2026, the year in which the Sagrada Familia will be completed with a total of 18 towers and up to 175 meters high, becoming the highest Christian church in the world.

Although at the moment we can not enjoy in the first person the spectacular views that these new towers will offer us, the project Layers of Reality, of Minoria Absoluta, Digalix and MagmaCultura, allows us to discover, thanks to a 360º camera, how it is one day of work in the Sagrada Familia.

The Sagrada Familia, however, is not only its towers and its majestic central nave: in the enclosure one can also discover the sacristy, the school space, the museum and temporary exhibitions. The customer service, formed by the MagmaCultura team, will attend you at any moment.

For more information: https://sagradafamilia.org/