Photographer's Note

Another not so well succeeded stitch, made with 8 vertical images. Why is it so difficult to correct the perspective? And when you look at one that you made a couple of months or years ago it often looks bad...

The Cathedral of Huelva was a parrish church until 1954, because the diocese of Huelva didn't exist until 1953. Previously it was a chapel of a Mercedarian convent. The original church and the convent began being built in 1605, but the church suffered various modifications and reconstructions, the last big one in the last quarter of the 19th century. Most of what exists today is Baroque, dated from the end of the 18th century, when the earthquakes of 1755 and 1765 provoked serious damages that forced a large scale reconstruction.

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