Photo of the Day: The New Cathedral of Cuenca, Ecuador

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The construction works for The New Cathedral of Cuenca started in 1885 and lasted for almost a century. This building combines many architecture styles Romanesque being most predominant. The cathedral is surmounted by three giant domes covered by sky-blue glazed tile from Czechoslovakia.

Cathedral of Ecuador

The New Cathedral of Cuenca, Ecuador

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2 Responses to “Photo of the Day: The New Cathedral of Cuenca, Ecuador”

  1. Adam says:

    You two certainly do get around..I am indeed envious. Oh, by the way, we are once again getting socked with a winter storm here in PA..we are expected to get between 12-18″ chiropractor has forbidden me to shovel, so I need to make sure the kids shovel for us.
    Well stay safe.
    God bless.
    .-= AdamĀ“s last blog .. =-.

    • Jason says:

      I heard about the snow again. We were quite evil today and posted a short video clip on our Facebook Fan Page of us enjoying the beach. A little dig is okay every now and then, right?

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