Constructed in 1298, this is an incredible celebration of Barcelona’s enduring architecture. The spectacular façade contains an intricate attention to detail and is the focal point of Barcelona. At the end of the 19th century, its Neo-Gothic style was introduced and the vivid stained-glass windows depict passages of the New and Old Testaments. Figures of the apostles are etched into the walls. The most intriguing features inside are the chapels of the Holy Christ of Lepanto and Santa Llucia.