St. Francisco Cathedral, also known as Bogota Cathedral, is located in the famous Bolivar Square. The cathedral is a typical Gothic building, full of Spanish style. The cathedral has two symmetrical dome bell towers. Standing on the bell tower, it can overlook the entire square. It is the landmark building of Bogota.
The interior decoration of the church is magnificent, but it looks very small outside. It gives people a sense of vicissitudes from the inside. There aren't many tourists inside. To tell you the truth, it's not very bright. I happened to pass by, so I went in and looked at it. It's very ordinary.
It's very beautiful in the Grand Square. It's worth seeing.
There are not many tourists inside, the spire tower on the right is white, but the whole building has a very thick color as the outer wall, which seems a little incompatible. To tell you the truth, it doesn't have much bright spot. I happened to pass by, so I went in and looked at it. It's very common.
Built around 1450, this church is regarded as a masterpiece of Baroque architecture style. It is decorated with brilliant and magnificent decorations. The portraits and handmade carvings of Jesus here are of great artistic value, solemn and solemn, and worth seeing.
It looks ordinary outside, but it has a grand feeling inside.
St. Francisco Church was built in 1594, reflecting Colombia's early Christian influence.
It's an important local church. You can see it from a long distance. It's really beautiful. You must come again next time.