Cathedral, Mexico City

Mexico City CathedralThe Cathedral in the Plaza Zócalo in Mexico City is the largest church in the Western Hemisphere. It's a Unesco World Heritage site. But, with a few exceptions–and not that this is any surprise–the art work inside does not rise anywhere near the level of similar churches in Spain. However, the organ is quite impressive, especially because its size befits its surroundings. Also, I love the blue pipes.

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