The Sagrada Familia has never had a building permit

Can we demolish it now, please?

A splendid piece from José Ángel Montañés, with, unusually, a good headline. Cf other mass-tourism untouchables like the hotel in El Algarrobico. (The Nation’s conspiracy theorists can relax: I’m a big fan of early morning mass at the cathedral, which you can attend in moderately fancy dress, the security guards not yet having arrove.)

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