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Iglesia de Colta
Ecuador

Is the main attraction of Colta, first church built on Ecuadorian soil, so its beauty is historical. Built by the Spanish construction style is colonial, its stone facade is the only witness to his story, you can get a fantastic view of Chimborazo.

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