Quick View inside the Basílica. Here's a thought that passed in my head while checking this out. This guy Gaudi who was the architect died in 1926. That means that in the last 100 years this guy was able to leave his mark in his city and country forever. We are in a time where people create and value things that are instant, that come and go, and are praised for things for face value. Gaudi left something on this earth that will forever be a place for inspiration. Seeing and feeling this guys impact made me think that I need to do the same. I don't think it will come in a form of a church, or some modern architectural marvel, but I need to leave an impact that will stand the test of time forever. #bonicseurotour – from Instagram

February 28, 2016 bonics

Quick View inside the Basílica.  Here's a thought that passed in my head while checking this out.  This guy Gaudi who was the architect died in 1926.  That means that in the last 100 years this guy was able to leave his mark in his city and country forever.  We are in a time where people create and value things that are instant, that come and go, and are praised for things for face value.  Gaudi left something on this earth that will forever be a place for inspiration. Seeing and feeling this guys impact made me think that I need to do the same.  I don't think it will come in a form of a church, or some modern architectural marvel, but I need to leave an impact that will stand the test of time forever.  #bonicseurotour - from Instagram

Sad but I only had a few hours to check out Barcelona. I've heard about the Basilica de la Sagrada Familia. Only knew a little about the story and how Antoni Gaudi was this famous architect who was responsible for designing it. They started building this in the late 1800's. While still building this he died (got hit by a tram). And still to this day it is not completed, and still under construction. The Basilica is breath taking inside and out. Very thankful I could see such an inspiring piece of art, architecture, and history In the making. Gotta come back to Spain. #wanderlust #bonicseurotour #barcelona – from Instagram

February 28, 2016 bonics

Sad but I only had a few hours to check out Barcelona. I've heard about the Basilica de la Sagrada Familia. Only knew a little about the story and how Antoni Gaudi was this famous architect who was responsible for designing it.  They started building this in the late 1800's.  While still building this he died (got hit by a tram). And still to this day it is not completed, and still under construction.  The Basilica is breath taking inside and out.  Very thankful I could see such an inspiring piece of art, architecture, and history In the making. Gotta come back to Spain.  #wanderlust #bonicseurotour #barcelona - from Instagram

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