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There are many tales of how they got there, including one involving the establishment of a Spanish Dominican settlement.
They have posted dozens of videos to their YouTube channel since the coronavirus outbreak began.
The 1984 documentary by Japanese director Hiroshi Teshigahara is an appreciation of the man of faith and genius who created the Modernist basilica.
The 6th-century ruin sheds light on the extent of the Byzantine empire.
In 1991, one of the world’s foremost traditional Iberian guitar players composed his acclaimed Flamenco Mass.
Just as medieval masons drew inspiration from the bestiary they had at hand, contemporary artists blend tradition and pop culture to convey the same eternal message.
A replica of the most famous work by the anonymous “Master of Taüll” is still there in the church, deep in the Pyrenees.
A closer look at the painting’s anatomical detail and use of chiaroscuro sheds light (no pun intended) on the great painter’s creative mind.
But it also includes some other architectural elements that made it a pretty avant-garde building in its day and age.
It is said the authorities involved agreed on building “a church so big they think we are crazy.”