Betlem Church is a small church on Lambra Street, Barcelona. On the opposite side of the church is the Governor's Lady's Palace. The outside of the church is beautifully sculpted and carefully portrayed. It reflects many biblical stories and characters. It is worth visiting.
Barcelona, Spain. Betlem Church. I saw it on Lambra Street.
It is the purest Gothic building in Catalonia, spacious and without the ornamentation of churches in other areas. This is a people's church. Barcelonans used to carry stones from the Royal Quarry on Mount Monconk for one day a week to build the church. Their reliefs were on the door of the church.
Established in the 16th and 17th centuries, Esgleisia de Betlem is a rare Baroque religious building in Barcelona, located on the College's Lambra Street. In 1936, the early days of the Civil War were burned down. Because the church had limited assets and could not be completely restored, the interior of the church now seems to be somewhat empty. To the west of the Palace of Moha (across the road).
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Not bad, oh ha. It's beautiful, though simple in style.
It's really good to go and see if you're more famous.
I recommend that you all go there too. It can be said that it will never disappoint you. There are many churches in Barcelona. It should be said that there are numerous churches in Europe, but they all have their own unique features. Therefore, I suggest that we should take a good look and appreciate all the churches we have not passed through.
The church was destroyed in a fire in 1936, leaving only the tall facade facing the street.