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Basilica Cathedral, Aguascalientes


Basilica Cathedral, Aguascalientes, Mexico photo



The "Catedral Basilica de Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion", the main cathedral of Aguascalientes, is a splendid example of colonial-era architecture.

Designed in a "Solomonic Baroque" style, with twin towers of neoclassical style, it was completed in 1738.

SOURCE : Aguascalientes state government, used with permission.





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