Facade of the Iglesia de San Andres Xecul, in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. Its unique yellow facade blends traditional Mayan and Catholic elements; of note, too, is the church’s dome, painted in garish green, red, and yellow stripes, much like a beach ball. The ‘2008’ painted on the upper portion of the facade refers to the date of the facade’s repainting; the town itself, and the church, were founded at the start of the twentieth century.
Aereal view of the Põltsamaa castle, Estonia.
Gardens by the bay in Singapore.
Gorges du Fier in France.
Bardejov in Slovakia.