Sagrada Familia: Which European Landmarks Took The Longest To Build?

Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia is famous for its idiosyncratic form, richly carved Nativity Facade and, of course, its lengthy construction.

With the recent news that the Gaudí designed church will be completed in 2026, travel booking company Omio has done the math to find out which European landmarks took the longest to build.

The Sagrada Familia came in 6th place, with building predicted to take 140 years. Here are the top five sights.

1.Buckingham Palace, London

Buckingham Palace is one of London’s most visited landmarks for its iconic guards and the chance for a glimpse of royalty. The regal residence took around 150 years to construct,

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