Main facade of Guadix Cathedral, or the Catedral de la Encarnacion de Guadix, designed by Gaspar Cayon de la Vega in the 18th century, with the upper part sculpted by Fernandez Pachote and Domingo Thomas, and the marble Incarnation by Antonio Valeriano Moyano, Guadix, Andalusia, Southern Spain. The cathedral was built 16th - 18th centuries in Baroque style, by architects including Diego Siloe. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Main facade of Guadix Cathedral, or the Catedral de la Encarnacion de Guadix, designed by Gaspar Cayon de la Vega in the 18th century, with the upper part sculpted by Fernandez Pachote and Domingo Thomas, and the marble Incarnation by Antonio Valeriano Moyano, Guadix, Andalusia, Southern Spain. The cathedral was built 16th - 18th centuries in Baroque style, by architects including Diego Siloe. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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