When I return to Barcelona, I'm going to go...
"The cathedral in the Spanish city of Salamanca was constructed in 1102, and is therefore one of the oldest such constructions in the world. It features magnificent stone carvings on all its walls, but one of them is a bit more special than the others. It bears the depiction of what appears to be a fully dressed astronaut in a space suit, complete with details such as the sole of his shoes. Nobody knows how he got there, or what a 20th century astronaut is doing on the walls of a 12th c. church.
The Beach of the Cathedrals (As Catedrais in Galician), situated in the municipality of Ribadeo in Galicia’s Lugo province, has been declared a Natural Monument by the government of Galicia’s Ministry of the Environment (Consellería de Medio Ambiente). Although its true name is Holy Waters Beach (Augasantas), it is called ‘The Cathedrals’ because of its giant rock formations.
Beach Cathedral, Ribadeo, Lugo, Galicia, Spain
La Padrera/ Casa Mila, Barcelona
La Sagrada Familia. yes, i've been to Barca twice and STILL haven't been here.