Some of the Spanish architectural monuments are so beautiful and captivating that they will make you fall in love with the architecture of this country. These architectures are designed by some of the world's most prestigious architects.
La Sagrada Familia
This iconic church is one of the most famous works of Gaudi in Barcelona.
Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
It has historically been a pilgrimage place and marks the end of Camino de Santiago, the pilgrimage route. Its beauty is a fusion of actual Romanesque structure and later Gothic and baroque architectural styles.
Mosque of Cordoba
One of the oldest structures standing still from the time when Muslims ruled Al-Andalus in the late 8th century.
The building is known for its arcaded hypostyle hall, horseshoe arched mihrab and the dazzling dome above the mihrab.
The great palace of Alhambra in Granada is described as a pearl set in emeralds by the Moorish poet.
Gardens of the Generalife in Alhambra, a place where the plants, the continuous interplay of water with lights and its sounds makes this garden unique.
Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial
It's one of the Spanish royal sites which once was the residence of the King of Spain in San Lorenzo de El Escorial town.
This was the last private residence built by architect Antoni Gaudí which is also known as La Pedrera
The Spanish national art museum, located in central Madrid.
Parc Guell, Barcelona
Public park system located on Carmel Hill in Barcelona is composed of gardens and best architectural elements built by Antoni Gaudi.