WPC – City of Arts and Science, Valencia

City-of-Arts-and-Sciences-Valencia-Spain

This week’s photo challenge is about harmony.  Not being much of a music lover myself, I look for harmony more often than I listen for it.  Recently, I found myself surrounded by harmonious lines and shapes at the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain.  This massive complex was designed by Santiago Calatrava, who is known for pushing the limits of design (and budgets!) with his architectural pieces.  The complex was built in a now-dry riverbed and features several museums, a concert hall, garden walking paths and even a suspension bridge for the passing traffic.  The part of the facility in this photograph certainly isn’t the most eye-catching or innovative, but I did feel like this quiet corner created a feeling of harmony for anyone who happened to be walking by.  Have you been to the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain?  Comment below with your thoughts on the complex!

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One response to “WPC – City of Arts and Science, Valencia

  1. Katelyn Hawkes

    I like the photo!

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