Toledo Cathedral in Toledo, Spain, is ranked among the greatest Gothic structures in Europe. Inside, the cathedral contains important masterpieces including a spectacular baroque high altar and two paintings by El Greco.
Toledo Cathedral stands on the site of the Great Mosque of Toledo, which itself had replaced a Visigothic church. Built from 1226 to 1493, the long process is reflected in Toledo Cathedral’s variety of styles.
This was taken inside one part of this beautiful Cathedral, on film, and the print was scanned to digital. The camera used was a Pentax ESPIO 150SL 35mm film camera with a Kodak black and white film.
1670+ views and 12 faves. This shot was featured in the ‘Iberia’ Group, the ‘History’ Group, the wonderful ‘Black and White Photography’ Group, the ‘Film Photography’ Group and 7th in the Kodak Film Photography Group Challenge.