Barcelona Cathedral Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle for free online of the famous Sagrada Familia a large church in Barcelona. Started in 1882, the impressive cathedral designed by architect Gaudi has not yet been completed.

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SANTACLAUS
Aug 17, 2017
Been to barcelona and the Cathedral is as beautiful as it looks. A big thank you for our memories.
pixipixil
Jun 2, 2016
I did a paper on Gaudi for my art history course. He was a religious symbolist--imbedded in the undulating walls of his park Guell is the Angelis. It was designed so that the sun would light the pryer at the correct time of day.
This cathedral of his had windowsusing leading made from the discarded pieces of knitting machines and he used columns built at an angle rather than straight so they would follow the force lines of the load they carry. He hung string from the ceiling with proportionally weighted sand bags to figure out the angle. This maakes his cathedral the inversion of earth's gravity. And the use of discarded material refer to the stone rejected by the builders becoming the cornerstone. I wish I could get to Barcelona to see this some day.
Wishing you all a day of high aspirations.
aknan
Jun 2, 2016
Pixi, it's really the most incredible cathedral you can imagine and it is truly beautiful. I was able to explore it when I lived in Spain many, many years ago. Highly decorated, inside and out. I'm sure, from research for your paper, that you know we get the word "gaudy" from his name.
pixipixil
Jun 2, 2016
I like to think of the Latin word gaudeamus--(we rejoice) in conjunction with his name instead. His architecture is so full of joy.
aknan
Jun 3, 2016
That's lovely, pixi. His architecture IS full of joy.
JamieT
Jun 2, 2016
So Gaudi! Many European cathedrals take centuries to finish, and some, like the cathedral in Cologne, suffered from several bombings during WWII. When I was in Hamburg about 25 years ago, there was the top of a cathedral spire fenced off, just sitting on the ground.
dinta18
Jun 2, 2016
I visited this church three years ago. It is truly magnificent! Barcelona is also a wonderful city!
nmmelody
Jun 2, 2016
And I thought I moved slowly! That church was started in 1882 and has not yet been completed? Wow! I assume it is just constantly having parts added to it.
pixipixil
Jun 2, 2016
The cathedrals of old (although this one is fairly new compared to Romanesque or Gothic built ones) often spanned many lives. The Vatican Cathedral, St. Peter's, went through several architects lives just for the dome. Because of this the styles often were mixed as well.
jas6415
Jun 2, 2016
I adore thiese types of puzzles As I do them all I think about is how much was put into erecting them We need to build buildings like this today
elijah13
Jun 2, 2016
Beautiful. So detailed that I'm not surprised it isn't finished yet!
Jingles
Jun 2, 2016
This is a gorgeous castle. It would sure be nice to go through it. I wonder how many rooms there are in it. It's for sure I will never see it but I can enjoy the pictures. Nice puzzle and fun to do. God bless you all and have a nice week end. The weeks go so fast.

God bless everyone.
dbnc2
Jun 2, 2016
The older you get the faster time goes
thank God for everyday
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