Igreja do Bom Jesus - Itu
The church of Bom Jesus is a religious shrine in the city of Itu, Brazil. Was previously located where the first chapel of the city today is a fine example of religious art. A mixture of Baroque and Neoclassical, the space is influenced photographed the stained glass windows, creating a unique atmosphere in each moment of the day. (www.umolhardiario.com.br)
A igreja do Bom Jesus é um templo religioso na cidade de Itu, Brasil. Localizada onde anteriormente se encontrava a primeira capela da cidade, hoje é um belo exemplar de arte sacra. Uma mistura entre arte barroca e neoclássica, o espaço fotografado sofre grande influência dos vitrais coloridos, gerando uma atmosfera única em cada momento do dia. (www.umolhardiario.com.br)
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