{pink architecture} Real Basilica De Los Desamparados

The Real Basilica De Los Desamparados is one of the major sites to visit in Valencia. You can find it in Plaza de la Virgen, where Spaniards go about their day and water flows from a neoclassical fountain. It was constructed in the mid-17th century by Diego Martínez Ponce de Urrana. The building is quite impressive to see in person, with a blush pink facade and off-white columns at the corners and edges. An enormous tiled dome sits on top. The basilica connects with the cathedral next door through a tall brown stone arch…

Real Basilica De Los Desamparados, Valencia

Real Basilica De Los Desamparados, Valencia

Real Basilica De Los Desamparados, Valencia

Real Basilica De Los Desamparados, Valencia

Real Basilica De Los Desamparados, Valencia
Real Basilica De Los Desamparados, Valencia

Real Basilica De Los Desamparados, Valencia

Real Basilica De Los Desamparados, Valencia

Real Basilica De Los Desamparados, Valencia
Real Basilica De Los Desamparados, Valencia

Real Basilica De Los Desamparados, Valencia

Real Basilica De Los Desamparados, Valencia

Real Basilica De Los Desamparados, Valencia

Real Basilica De Los Desamparados
Plaça de la Verge
Valencia, Spain

Open everyday from 7–14:00 and 16:30–21:00

December 02, 2016

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I’m an American photographer and writer based in Paris after living in New York for 7 years and then and spending a year and a half traveling. My work has been featured by the Paris and Nice Tourism Offices, Art Basel, and Refinery 29. Culture Passport is a place to share my travels and experiences in new places, with a focus on cultural attractions.

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Oh I’m such a sucker for pastel or bright coloured walls! Loveee <3 -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

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Same here! I even made a tag “pink architecture” for all the pink buildings I come across haha :)

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