Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Guasca, Colombia and its beautiful church

The Colombian town of Guasca is a hidden gem. It's situated a little higher than the towns that surround it on the northern outskirts of Bogotá. It's not on the main road and you have to drive out of the way to get there, fortunately only about 2 kilometers. If you leave Bogotá by the mountain road that goes toward La Calera and continue on as if you were going to Guatavita, you can turn off where the sign indicates Guasca. When we went, we didn't stay long, just enough to take in the pretty views that were the result of this city being on a small hill above the others. Also noteworthy was the church that occupied a prominent place in the plaza, especially as the whole plaza was sloped uphill and the church sat at the top. I just loved the interior of this church, which looked very well maintained.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello. And Bye.

allan Gering said...

Very good angle to photograph these impressively decorated towers. I put it in my favourites! The sky full of movements makes this shot a superb photo!
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meesposito said...

Thanks for the positive comments! I had to think for a bit before I realized that your comment refers to the main photo on the blog.