January 3, 2013 by Omar Upegui R.
Snapshot of the impressive structure that houses the Metropolitan Cathedral in Panama City, Panama. Photo by ©Omar Upegui R.
Posted in Photography | Tagged Architecture, Buildings, Cathedrals, Panama, Photograph, Photography, Structure, Tourism | 2 Comments
Curious – were the two towers on either side added at a later time? It looks like the middle portion was the original building. In any event, very attractive and a nice perspective!
Yes, you can see the difference between both structures. The solid rocks of the original building still stand in the middle of the cathedral. Back then, when they built something, it was forever.
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