La Sagrada Familia and Plaça de Gaudí, in downtown Barcelona, are two of the most iconic sites in the city. Sagrada Familia is a large Roman Catholic church designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. Construction began in 1882, and the church is still unfinished, with a completion date estimated for 2026. The architectural style combines Gothic, Art Nouveau, and Art Deco into a unique, complex design. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Barcelona's most-visited building. Plaça de Gaudí, the open square in front of the church, is an ideal place to people-watch or simply appreciate the architecture. The plaza is framed by tall palm trees and surrounded by colorful buildings. There are nearby museums, cafes, and restaurants to explore. From Sagrada Familia, visitors can access the Monumental Zone near the sea, where they can explore the Gothic Quarter and other historic sites.
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