The Passion Facade’s skeletal sculptures come alive from the top of the tower.
Stand atop the Passion Facade to catch moving views of the deep blue Mediterranean Sea.
Catch a glimpse of the Nativity Tower and Glory Tower as you move around Passion Facade’s peak.
The Passion Facade captures Barcelona’s beauty, allowing you to enjoy the city from a privileged vantage point.
Gaudi wanted to woo visitors with the daunting architecture of the Passion facade. He achieved it easily thanks to the sculptures inspired by the Bible.
The Shame of Peter, who disowned Jesus after the Last Supper, is one of the standout sculptures on the Passion Facade.
Next to the Kiss of Judas is the Magic Square. Add up the rows and columns and you get 33 – Jesus’ age when he died.
Head to the Passion Facade to see Christ’s suffering. You’ll see him wearing a crown of thorns.
The Passion Facade represents the resurrection and death of Jesus Christ.
All facades at Sagrada Familia have their charm. The Passion Facade is one of the more popular ones as it narrates the troubled life of Jesus Christ.
The Passion Facade symbolizes life, death, and betrayal.
The Passion Facade focuses on the resurrection and death of Christ while the Nativity Tower narrates Christ’s birth.
Passion, Nativity, and Glory are the three facades of Sagrada Familia.
Architect Francesc Quintana designed the Passion Facade using Gaudi’s drawings.