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The Front Façade of the Spanish Cathedral

The Front Façade of the Spanish Cathedral

This image provides a view of the front façade of the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine, although the view of the building is partially obstructed by tree branches. The arched front door is flanked by two columns, on either side, with a pediment seen above the door. There is a parapet, at the top of the front facade, with a four bell campanario. There is no Spanish Colonial Revival bell tower, to the left of the church, so this image must pre-date the fire of 1887. This building is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Stereoview courtesy of Douglas Hendriksen. Image retouched and converted to anaglyph in 2011 by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology at the University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida. View this image using 3D glasses with the red lens over the left eye and the blue (cyan) lens over the right eye. This image is also available as a standard 2D photograph.

Galleries: St. Augustine, St. Johns
Keywords: cathedral basilica of saint augustine, old spanish cathedral, saint augustine, st. augustine
Photo Location: St. Augustine, Florida
Original Dimensions: 3528×3706
Picture Orientation: Portrait
GPS Coordinates: 29°53'39.35"N 81°18'47.55"W
Picture Number: 15001