Last week I introduced you to the Christmas Front of La Sagrada Familia. This week we walk around the church to the opposite side and have a look on the Easter front, where you can find the entrance for the common visitors.
Here we have a very different sculpturing style compared to the Christmas front. The complete story of easter is modeled in stone around the entrance. Try to find the roman soldiers and look at their helmets. What do you see? I see, they are looking gust like the fairy chimneys on to of Casa Milà.
When comparing the buildings, Antonio Gaudí has built, you can always find similarities. His whole designing live was inspired by organic structures and he used these ideas always.
Next, we’ll go inside the church and visit the towers.
2 thoughts on “The Easter Front of La Sagrada Familia”
I had never been there and we always see this church in entire not with the details. And I am surprise to see the sculptures with square angles. Original and great.
Thanks and have a nice week end
This is really a gorgeous building with fantastic details. There are some more to come. Stay tuned!