When I started taking pictures of architecture, I started by taking pictures of churches and i still do. When I get to a city i immediately look for its churces. I photograph them for their architecture, for nothing else.
Lujan has the Argentinian patron saint church and it is worthy of a visit, but be prepared, it's a huge church, huge and magnificent. You won't photograph its thousand details in just one hour. There numerous spires - for it's a gothic church is its style, there lots of gargoyle, lots of stained glasses, lots of pointed archs, five long isles, three naves with three altars, lots of Rose windows, hundreds of vaults, collumns and capitals.
Not to mention the surroundings of the church and the city itself, a public work or fine art.
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