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Today I want to show a great architectural piece. It is a bright cathedral in Zacatecas, Mexico, the Cathedral of Virgin Fatima, which was created by the architect Dámaso Muletón at the beginning because the construction last 50 years, from 1950 until year 2000. The church was made only with the money of the parishioners of Virgin Fatima, that's why the construction spends so much. One of the things most impressive about this beautiful cathedral is the relative simplicity related to luxury, but the material used for its construction is magnificent, pink & orange local stone; so impressive that only the material is enough to create a great building. This is one of the most beautiful churches I have ever seen in my life. One of the elements that I like is that its beauty & magic is created from a gorgeous material combined in amazing patterns. Another thing I like about it is that the church is very feminine, perfect home for a virgin. Finally, the church is made up of three main elements local & colorful stone, the Virgin of Fatima & stained glass windows. Just Brilliant.
My name is Monica Mesa Reveron, I'm an interior designer in love with sustainable design & life. Welcome to my blog where I share my passion for interior design, photography, travel & life.