Dali Theatre-Museum. In 1960, the artist bought the Municipal Theatre, a building that had been destroyed by fire at the end of the Spanish Civil War in 1939, turning it into the largest surrealist object in the world. First he painted the building maroon and stuck loaves of bread to the walls (they are made from plaster). He positioned giant eggs along the rampart and planted cypress trees out front.
Although The Sagrada Familia is far from complete, it is definitely worth the visit. The church is extremely rich in ornamentation and symbolism, and has vaults that reach 230 feet. You can even visit the crypt where Gaudi is buried. A museum tells the story of this great architect and church history. To get to the top of the towers, visitors must take the elevator. From the top of the tower, you will have one of the most beautiful views over Barcelona.
A landmark of Paris, France, the Louvre is located on the Right Bank of the Seine River. More than 8 million visitors pass through the museum’s halls each year and nearly 35,000 objects are exhibited here.