La Sagrada Familia, the grand house of worship in Barcelona, Spain, that has been under construction for 140 years, took another step forward. Sculptural pieces were set atop two of four towers that symbolize the evangelists Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, according to the foundation overseeing the work. The building, designed by Architect Antoni Gaudi, who died in 1926, is known as a master work of multiple decorative design styles and is one of the cultural and tourism centers of Spain. A fifth and tallest tower, representing Jesus, is supposed to be done by the centennial of Gaudi’s death. It is unclear if and when other aspects of the landmark, such as a grand staircase, will be started or finished.