HuaCFBeen there twice, a great experience, the first time I visited only the church lobby, very shocking Gothic architecture, I have been to the church bell tower to climb the tower, I need to be before 16:00, the first time is because I didn't have time to climb the tower at night, and the top of the tower overlooked all the scenery of Quito's old town. Construction of the cathedral began on July 10, 1892 and was funded by the state to enshrine the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The chief architect of the church, Emilio Tarlier, was inspired by the Cathédrale Saint-Étienne de Bourges (Cathédrale Saint-Étienne de Bourges) in Bourges, Cher, France, the power center of medieval Christianity in France. On January 30, 1985, Pope John Paul II blessed the church, and the consecration was held on July 12, 1988. In fact, it was equivalent to stamping and acknowledging the noble status of the church.
3adeThis Equator Monument Park is a new monument. It costs US$7.5 per person to enter the park. There is a small old monument on the other side of the park. The new monument park is not only the equator line, but also some popular science museums and experience projects. Really cool thing
JJ77Sea Turtle Bay is the only turtle reserve in China. The turtles are so cute. Huiren Bridge is really beautiful, the wind is a bit big on the bridge, it is very suitable to wear pure color clothes to take pictures. The end of Huixian Bridge is # Turtle Pavilion, there are large cactus outside the pavilion, very suitable for taking pictures!
pan***heThe old city of Quito, the capital of Ecuador, is a World Heritage Site, but it looks like Europe at first glance, except that the people walking on the road are a little darker and shorter. Today is Sunday, and all churches are praying. Visit the Cathedral of San Francisco. The glass windows of the church are brightly colored and beautiful in shape. It was said on the Internet that we could go up to the second floor and the view was very good. We went up to the second floor inside the church and found that there was nothing. Later we learned that it was the second floor from the outside stairs, but the door was closed. There is an ice cream seller at the entrance of the church, and the vendor stirs it with a spoon in a constantly rotating pan. There are ice cubes on the outside of the pan to keep it cold.
pxy0705The Santa Ana Mountain in Guayaquil is a great place to watch the beautiful night view of Guayaquil. It is also an important place for locals to fall in love. Although the mountain is not very high, it is definitely the highest point in Guayaquil. When night falls and the lights are everywhere, the scenery here becomes particularly beautiful. Look at the bustling city under the mountain and look up at the endless starry sky in the sky. It's so beautiful.
翱翔的大鲨鱼Plaza de la Independencia Quito’s central square is not very big, nor is it empty and can be seen at a glance, but a park with a monument to the hero of independence in the middle, surrounded by many trees and benches, many locals are here Sitting casually. On one side of it is Palacio de Carondelet. The presidents of Ecuador since independence have all worked here, and on the other side of the square is the Catedral Metropolitana de Quito, the cathedral of Ecuador.
Plaza de la IndependenciaDistrito Metropolitano de Quito,Ecuador
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Equatorial TabletDistrito Metropolitano de Quito,Ecuador
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Reinterpreting Andean vernacular architecture for contemporary living, House in the Andes embraces its site and context to explore new relationships between landscape and built form. Carving access areas through earthy mounds exposes rammed earth walls. The architects create a hollowed and flexible semi-underground space inspired by circulation patterns of the ancestral ‘Chaquiñán’. Interlocking adobe bricks encrust the façade, generating a play of textures, shades and shadows when light hits at different times throughout the day. The bricks were made locally using the same earth excavated on-site and pay homage to the rich diversity of geological rock formations in Ecuador.
Isolated in the Pacific Ocean, about 600 miles off Ecuador where three ocean currents meet, these volcanic islands boast biodiversity that inspired scientist Charles Darwin to write “On the Origin of Species” after a visit in 1835. Go soon on specially licensed boat tours, before the warming ocean threatens the islands’ coral reefs and unique species of boobies, turtles, sharks and more
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