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"Catedral de Puebla-México"

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Tirée du reportage sur la péniche "Puebla" De Pascal & Nathalie TRANNOY dans le cadre du Masterklass sous la direction de Klavdij SLUBAN.

Tirée du reportage sur la péniche "Puebla" De Pascal & Nathalie TRANNOY dans le cadre du Masterklass sous la direction de Klavdij SLUBAN.

Tirée du reportage sur la péniche "Puebla" De Pascal & Nathalie TRANNOY dans le cadre du Masterklass sous la direction de Klavdij SLUBAN.

Tirée du reportage sur la péniche "Puebla" De Pascal & Nathalie TRANNOY dans le cadre du Masterklass sous la direction de Klavdij SLUBAN.

PUEBLA DE SANABRIA (Espanha)

Panorámica de Puebla de Lillo, Leon, España.

The soccer field stadium of the local team.

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Todavía podemos ver las montañas nevadas cerca del Castillo de Puebla de Sanabria.

day of the death

Volcán Popocatépetl. (Cerro que Humea).

Puebla-México.

Oh wow, this briefly appeared on Explore at 300-400 placement on Dec 12, 2019 and then disappeared.

 

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Street in Puebla, Mexico

Estación de Puebla de Sanabria - Zamora.

Puebla Cathedral Renovation

 

Construction started 1575.Completed 1690.

Design and construction architect Francisco Becerra.

 

Puebla Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Puebla, in the state of Puebla, Mexico. It is a colonial cathedral, and is the see of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Puebla de los Angeles. The cathedral is dedicated to the Immaculate Conception.

Original diapositiva Reproducido con Reflecta x7 Scan

Original diapositiva Reproducido con Reflecta x7 Scan

Original diapositiva Reproducido con Reflecta x7 Scan

La zona de "Los Fuertes" está dedicada a las batallas que enfrentaron al Ejército de Oriente (parte del Ejército Mexicano, encabezado por Ignacio Zaragoza) contra el ejército francés, el cual invadió la Ciudad de Puebla, como parte de su estrategia para la toma de la capital mexicana. Lo anterior, en el contexto de la Segunda intervención francesa.

La Batalla del 5 de mayo de 1862 resultó en una victoria para los mexicanos, contra todo pronóstico. Por ello, a esta ciudad se le denominó Heroica Puebla de Zaragoza, toda vez que el bando liberal mexicano consiguió la victoria. Hoy en día, la zona de Los fuertes alberga museos, áreas y verdes y un mirador.

La Catedral de Puebla. La más grande en México y posiblemente en America latina en cuanto a altura. Comenzó a construirse en el año de 1575 y se terminó en 1649. Su altura y majestuosidad obedecen en que en algún momento un virey de la nueva españa (no recuerdo quién fue) tenía planes de llevar la capital de virreinato de México a Puebla, eso nunca sucedió.

 

(From Wikipedia)

 

On January 24, 1557 Viceroy Martín Enríquez (1562–80) authorized construction. The design was submitted to the Dean and Cathedral Chapter on November 11, 1557.[2] Construction began in November 1575, under the direction of architect Francisco Becerra and Juan de Cigorondo. Construction was interrupted in 1626 but in 1634 Juan Gómez de Trasmonte modified the design and construction began again in 1640 when Bishop Juan de Palafox y Mendoza arrived with the appointment of visitor-general of New Spain and bishop of Puebla. The cathedral was in bad shape when Palafox arrived in 1640, the building not yet completed and unconsecrated. When Palafox lost his struggle with the Jesuits and viceroy Salvatierra, he was appointed bishop to a minor diocese in Spain, but before he left New Spain in 1649 he devoted considerable energy to completing the cathedral and its consecration. The renovation over nine years had cost 350,000 pesos, engaged 1,500 workers under the supervision of an Aragonese Pedro García Ferrer. The ceremony of consecration was set for April 18, 1649, and for Palafox was not only the culmination of the massive building project, but also his grand farewell to his diocese.[3] The Cathedral was consecrated to the Virgin Mary in a huge and emotional ceremony, with civil and religious participants, the reburial of the remains of previous prelates, brilliant musical performances, and a sermon by Palafox himself in his final farewell to his flock.[4] It was not entirely completed until 1690. The front façade was built out of a black limestone, and it has two towers, the tallest in Mexico,[1] one of which has no bells. According to legend, an underground river passes under that tower and if bells were placed in it, the tower would collapse.

Walls of houses around Instituto de Artes Visuales de Puebla are the canvases for various art students' projects. The neighborhood streets and alleys act as galleries for an incredible collection of paintings of different concepts, subjects and styles.

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