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Monumento a la Revolucion
Photograph - Digital Photography
This architectural structure in Ciudad de Mexico is almost 70 meters high. It was built on the old foundations of the Lost Steps Hall, a project for the former legislative palace of Émile Bénard.Its building is made up of around 17,000 piles on which huge steel beams were placed, a lower body with 4 columns that serve as a mausoleum and a double dome at the top.At the top you can enjoy its open terrace and admire the lantern, which in the initial project was to serve as a lighthouse to illuminate the surroundings of CDMX
July 18th, 2023
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Gary F Richards
Outstanding Monumento a la Revolucion composition, lighting, shading, and artwork! F/L voted
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Thank you, Gary!
Thank you, Evelina!
Such a lovely shade of purple. Wonderful l/f
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Holly April Harris
I am very pleased to feature your fantastic artwork in the group ‘Covered Bridges and Historical Buildings.’ Please add it to the “2023 Third Quarter FEATURED IMAGE Collection” thread in the discussions area to record and display your image amongst the best in the group. Thank you! 7/23/23
Thank you, Holly!
Congratulations, your image has been featured in the Mystery group -- thanks for sharing it with us! Please feel free to add it to the 2023 Feature Archive in the Discussion section (using the "embed" link on your image page).
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A dramatic capture, Micah. Excellent work.
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