Cupolas and Volcanoes are the Typical Vistas from Antigua Guatemala

Cupolas and Volcanoes are the Typical Vistas from Antigua Guatemala by Rudy Girón

Believe it or not, this also a typical vista from Antigua Guatemala during the rainy season. So, yes we often get pleasant weather conditions even during the rainy days. The photo above was taken in Ciudad Vieja with an iPhone a few days ago. I like the rhythm of this image, don’t exactly know why, but I do; how about you, what do you like about this picture?

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  • Carole

    I like this shot and have enjoyed looking at the repeating cupolas in past visits to Antigua.

    • Yes Carole, it’s interesting our cupola-based skyline.

  • Melissa Rodriguez

    Beautiful pic of a beautiful city.

    • Hi Melissa, I am glad you like our little enchanting city.

  • Mike Matthews

    We recently visited Antigua, from our home in Colorado. This warm, subtle image certainly captures our feelings about the place, to which we hope to return!

    • Hola Mike, we promise to keep the magic and enchantment alive until you return. In the mean time, subscribe to AntiguaDailyPhoto to keep receiving daily doses of Antigua Guatemala.

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  • Lic. Eric

    Me encanta esta foto, porque me recuerdo en el olor de lena, de tortillas frescas, de frutas…y me encanta Pacaya, solo pòrque se existe. Intente sacar una foto similar, pero tenemos nubes esta manana. Pues, necesito comprar un celular, pues…  😀

    • Lic. Eric, a comprar el celular pues. Eso sí, Pacaya no se puede ver desde Antigua Guatemala. Los volcanes alrededor de La Antigua Guatemala son Agua, Fuego y Acatenango.