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There’s a Rainbow Tunnel Inside the Sagrada Familia

These photos are proofs that there’s a rainbow inside the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. The brightness that glistens from the stained windows form like a tunnel of hues that leads to the hereafter.

Though Sagrada Familia is so grand in size and style but it was originally built as a church then changed to be a cathedral. However, in 2010, Pope Benedict XVI pronounced it as a “minor basilica.”

The church is still under construction – since 1882. Yes, really, since 1882! 😀

After more than a century, Sagrada Familia is now in “its final stages of construction” as our guide said.
There's a Rainbow Inside the Sagrada Familia (Barcelona, Spain).

There’s a Rainbow Inside the Sagrada Familia (Barcelona, Spain).

No one knows when exactly it would be finished because by the look of it, there’s still so much to be done.

There's a Rainbow Inside the Sagrada Familia (Barcelona, Spain).

There’s a Rainbow Inside the Sagrada Familia (Barcelona, Spain).

In fact, as you enter the Church, there’s not much to do inside but look up the ceiling that would make you literally speechless.

There's a Rainbow Inside the Sagrada Familia (Barcelona, Spain).

There’s a Rainbow Inside the Sagrada Familia (Barcelona, Spain).

It’s clever of Antonio Gaudi, the chief designer of this magnificent church, to lavish the interior with colours, shapes and symbols.

There's a Rainbow Inside the Sagrada Familia (Barcelona, Spain).

There’s a Rainbow Inside the Sagrada Familia (Barcelona, Spain).

As Gaudi once said, “Colour is an expression of life.”

Antonio Gaudi designed the Church which started construction in 1882!

Antonio Gaudi designed the Church which started construction in 1882!

There’s not just beaming light inside the Sagrada Familia but also bold colours that unfailingly show vigor in a scared place of worship.

Antonio Gaudi designed the Church which started construction in 1882!

Antonio Gaudi designed the Church which started construction in 1882!

Travel Tips: 
I would advise anyone to buy your ticket online ahead of your visit. It’s not guaranteed that you”l be able to get a ticket on the time you’ll get there. I went there at 9 in the morning but was told to go back at 2 in the afternoon because that’s the earliest time slot available for the day. They had to control the influx of tourists in the summer to avoid overcrowding.

And oh, the entrance fee is really expensive but it’s worth it – even if it’s still unfinished. You’d never see a church this grand in your life!

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