Just when you begin to think every church is the same and you’ve seen it all, you enter yet another that surprises. Your jaw drops, you narrow your gaze to tune into the detail, you arch your back to admire the ceiling.
Such was our experience today at Santo Domingo de Guzmán Church in Oaxaca, Mexico.
At Iglesia Santo Domingo, Baroque defines the style, while golden certainly defines the tone. And to give you a sense of the scale of time, the church’s construction began in 1572 and took over 200 years to complete.
Everywhere we turned, we were drawn into pockets of light and texture. Open up the 360-degree panorama to see for yourself.
Panorama: Santo Domingo de Guzmán Church – Oaxaca, Mexico
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