Bogota, Colombia: Catedral Primada on Plaza Bolovar, Spanish Colonial Architecture

Bogota, Colombia: Catedral Primada on Plaza Bolovar, Spanish Colonial Architecture

Bogota, Colombia – Looking from Plaza Bolivar, in the Andean Capital city of Bogota, in Colombia, South America, to the North Eastern side of the Square. To the right of the image is the Catedral Primada, the seat of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Colombia. A few yards before the Cathedral, is the Archbishop’s chapel. A section of his palace can also be seen. The style of architecture is classical Spanish colonial. In the far background in the haze of the overcast, cloudy sky, the Andes Mountains can be seen. There are many local Colombian people in the image; they go about their daily work. It is raining, so several of them have their umbrellas open. Photo shot in the afternoon sunlight, on a cloudy overcast day which works well to minimise harsh shadows; vertical format. Copy space.

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