This is a project of collecting postcards from all over the world.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
The 17th-century colonial Parinacota church is constructed in stone with mud plaster that was later given a lime coating. The surrounding stone wall is attractively topped with pink volcanic stones and has a bell tower rising in one corner.
Sent by Hernán who lives in Santiago. He is so far my only contact in Chile. Thanks for the beautiful stamps.