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Sagrada Familia Interiors

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Sagrada Familia Interior

Sagrada Familia captures the interests of thousands of visitors with its spectacular and intricate Sagrada Familia interiors. Similar to the other parts of the basilica, the interiors are a display of the gothic naturalistic architectural style of Antoni Gaudi. The designs are adorned with religious symbolism that features symbols of the elements of nature. For instance, the columns of the church resemble tree trunks that rise toward the church’s ceilings. This architecture makes visitors feel as if they are standing under the canopy of a dense forest. The Sagrada Familia also has a floor plan in the form of a Latin cross with a nave of five ships that opens onto a transept with three naves and a large ambulatory in an apse.

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Stained Glass Window

Stained glass windows in the Sagrada Familia interiors are a perfect example of Gaudi’s liking for color. These large and colorful stained glass windows fill the inside of the basilica with vibrant hues of green, yellow, red, and blue. To create a balance between the glass colors and the natural light, there has been a beautiful arrangement of the windows with translucent windows on the top and vibrantly colored windows at the bottom. This arrangement of the windows lights up the interiors so well that makes the vaulted ceilings stand out. If you wish to catch a spectacular glimpse of it, you can visit the attraction in the afternoon or during the sunset when the natural light peeps beautifully through these stained glass windows.

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The half of the dome roofed area is known as apse in architecture. It is the place where the altar is located in the church. This structure was constructed immediately after the crypt was built in 1894. The opening in the apse with gorgeous windows fills the structure with light during the day. In the middle of the apse, you will find the raised altar that is crowned by the Latin cross with a canopy embellished with grapevines. The placement of organ pipes is just behind the altar. As far as the decoration of the apse is concerned, the interior walls are adorned with the heads and tears of the angels. The two big stone snails on both sides of the apse indicate the spiral staircase.

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Crypt Of The Expiatory Temple

The Crypt of the Expiatory Temple is the most ancient part of Sagrada Familia. It is said that the crypt in La Sagrada Familia interior had been under construction much before Gaudi was appointed to design the rest of the Sagrada Familia. The style of the crypt is more of a Neo-Renaissance style with mosaic floors that depict columns abundantly embellished with roots, leaves, branches, and luscious vines. All these elements serve as a precursor to the gorgeous concepts of intrepid designs of Gaudi. The interesting fact is that the dead body of Antoni Gaudi is buried in the Crypt, and frequent masses are held every time in the crypt.

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The Anagram in the Sagrada Familia Barcelona interior is a mosaic art that represents Jesus of Nazareth and his parents, the Joseph of Nazareth and the Virgin Mary. The mosaic art is located on the floor of the Temple at the center of the crossing, in front of the presidential chair, and on the Glory facade. You will discover three vertical white stripes on either side of Jesus and Joseph to symbolize Mother Mary as a queen. There is another anagram beyond the spectacular mosaics that is devoted to the Holy Family in the museum at the temple.

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Sagrada Familia Museum

Another spectacular thing to see in the Sagrada Familia Barcelona interior is the Sagrada Familia Museum. It is an underground exhibition that displays drawings, construction models, liturgical furnishings, and contemporary photography by Antoni Gaudi. Several designs and plaster models of Gaudi were destroyed in a fire in 1936. However, the destroyed models were collected and restored in the Sagrada Familia Museum in the semi-basement under the Passion Facade. In today’s world, anyone can look at the exhibits and clearly state the uniqueness of Gaudi’s works. You will find these exhibitions to be a part of that latest “Inspired by Nature” section that attributes to a space of 102 square meters with 20 plaster models and large-format pictures

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You will not find any Catholic church without an organ. In La Sagrada Familia interior, the organ was not at all installed until 2010, which is over 100 years after the construction of the church began. The size of the organ should be equivalent to the size of the church. Hence, around 1492 pipes were installed on two manuals and a pedalboard. It is said that more organs are required to be installed in the church as it does not provide enough sound to reach the entire part of the Sagrada Familia interiors. Therefore, you will find more organs to be placed in Sagrada Familia by 2026, which will make the attraction even more appealing.

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Know Before You Go Sagrada Familia

Opening Hours
Best Time to Visit
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The opening hours of Sagrada Familia depend on the time of your visit. The opening hours between April to September are 9 am to 8 pm. From March to October, the opening hours are 9 am to 7 pm, while 9 am to 6 pm will be the timing of the opening of Sagrada Familia between November and February. However, if you plan to visit the attraction on 1st or 6th January or 25th to 26th December, you should visit between 9 am and 2 pm. The opening hours for the international mass is 9 am on every Sunday.

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FAQs Of Sagrada Familia

What is so special about Sagrada Familia?

Sagrada Familia is special for the exemplary work of Antoni Gaudi’s unique style that combines elements of Art Nouveau, Catalan Modernism, and Spanish Late Gothic design. People also visit this attraction to catch a glimpse of different organic shapes and sizes in the nature theme. Regarded as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sagrada Familia is also special for its unique architecture and the ability of the architect to create something innovative.

Can I take the photos inside Sagrada Familia?

Yes, you can click photos inside Sagrada Familia. You need to have a camera to take a snap of the beautiful stained glass work and the intricate architecture of the Sagrada Familia interiors. You will be surprised to know that the basilica of Sagrada Familia is the most beautiful place where you click Instagram-worthy pictures.

Is it worth visiting the Sagrada Familia towers?

Yes, the Sagrada Familia towers are truly worth visiting as you can glance at the stunning views of both the Basilica and Barcelona. Not just the exteriors but La Sagrada Familia Barcelona interior is also worthy of giving an eye. The journey to the Sagrada Familia towers does not get completed if you do not climb up and watch the view of the beautiful surroundings.

Which facade is better in Sagrada Familia?

Every facade in Sagrada Familia has a great significance in terms of beauty and distinctiveness. But, there are some people who consider the Nativity Facade to be better than any other facade in the Sagrada Familia. People love to see the architecture of the Nativity Facade as it is constructed by the real architect, Antoni Gaudi. It offers some breathtaking views of Barcelona city and the mountain range from the tower of the balconies.

What is the material used in Sagrada Familia?

Multiple kinds of marble and limestone are used in the construction of Sagrada Familia. Apart from this, granite and reinforced concrete are also used for building the nave of the basilica. The fundamental stone that is used to create the architecture of Sagrada Familia is Montjuïc stone. Montjuïc stone is a special type of sandstone that resembles a sedimentary rock.

What is unique about the interior of Gaudi's Sagrada Familia?

The interior De La Sagrada Familia is unique for nature’s symbolism in each part of the structure. The interiors of the attraction are designed to represent Nature, with the symbols of trees and various creatures throughout the columns of the basilica. The architect, Antoni Gaudi, also believed that there should not be any building that is taller than the work of God, which itself makes the interiors of the Sagrada Familia unique.

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