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GAUDI i CORNET, Antoni (1852-1926). Sagrada Familia Featured Sculptures Print

GAUDI i CORNET, Antoni (1852-1926). Sagrada Familia

GAUDI i CORNET, Antoni (1852-1926). Sagrada Familia (Expiatory Temple of the Holy Family). 1884-1926. SPAIN. CATALONIA. Barcelona. Expiatory Church of the Holy Family. Nativity Fa硤e. Birth of Christ. Modernism. Architecture; Sculpture on rock

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10687255

Antoni, Barcelona, Birth, Catalonia, Christ, Church, Color, Colour, Cornet, Day Light, Expiatory, Exterior, Fa X7864 E, Familia, Family, Gaudi, Holy, Horizontal, Modernism, Nativity, Outdoor, Rock, Sagrada, Sculpture, Spain, Temple

San Martin Church and Plaza de las Sirenas, Segovia, Spain Featured Sculptures Print

San Martin Church and Plaza de las Sirenas, Segovia, Spain

A view on the church called Inglesia de San MartA?n and a part of the square called Plaza de las Sirenas'. in the old city of Segovia, Castilla y LeA?n, Spain. The church originates from 1117 and the architecture includes elements of the Mozarabes and the Romans. The square includes several Sculptures, including one of the two sculpture which depict a mermaid, designed by Francisco Bellver and installed in 1850. Unesco World Heritage Site

© Sebastiaan Kroes

Parque de los Menhires in La Coruna city, Galicia Featured Sculptures Print

Parque de los Menhires in La Coruna city, Galicia

In A CoruA?a, next to the Tower of Hercules, stands the Two Menhirs Park, a set of vertical stone constructions inaugurated in 2009 that pay homage to the Celtic heritage of Galicia. Although not ancient ruins, the whole has an important meaning that helps us to better understand the way of life of the Celts. They symbolize masculine gender and destiny. Its strategic location next to the Galician coast gives them a spectacular natural setting

© Domingo Leiva