The domes of Cuenca’s cathedral are going up in lights. As part of a tourism project, the domes will be illuminated for the first time during Cuenca’s Independence festivities, beginning Saturday, November 3. The municipality recently approved a project to illuminate 10 emblematic Cuenca buildings, including the new cathedral. The work will cost $250,000 and be divided into three phases. The first phase of the project will illuminate the cathedral domes. The colors will vary according to the season, holidays, and special events. Phase two will focus on illuminating other landmark buildings in El Centro, and the third phase…
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