Cosmovitral and Botanical Garden by Luis Benitez Bathen
Cosmovitral and Botanical Garden
by Luis Benitez Bathen
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Cosmovitral and Botanical Garden

21 May 2008, by Luis Benitez Bathen

Cosmovitral and Botanical Garden
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The botanical garden, with more than 400 species of plants from all over the world, lives in harmony with the stained-glass window (Cosmovitral) that is considered the largest in the world, a piece of the master Leopoldo Flores.

The stained-glass window is located in a quarry and Iron building built in 1910 by the Engineer Manuel Arratia to accommodate the Market 16 de Septiembre or Mercado del Carmen of the city of Toluca that functioned until 1975. It possess an structure of Art Nouveau and Neoclassic style with an area of 5 thousand square meters.

This Stained Glass Window is a monumental piece of 3,200 square meters with more than 30 thousand segments and half a million of crystals of 28 different colors coming from different parts of the world.

For more information visit: >Cosmovitral

Equipment Used

Nikon D70, AF DX Fisheye-NIKKOR 10.5mm f/2.8G ED, QuicklyQTcubic Agno's VR Head, Manfrotto 055PROB tripod, Realviz Stitcher Unlimited, CubicConverter, Photoshop CS.

Location - Mexico

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