Looking from Plaza Bolivar, in the Andean Capital city of Bogota, in Colombia, South America, to the North Eastern corner of the Square. The 19th Century Catedral Primada has the upper half turned to gold by the setting sun. The Cathedral is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Colombia. A few metres to the right, is the Archbishop's chapel. A section of his palace can also be seen. The style of architecture is classical colonial Spanish. In the far background is the mountain peak of Monserrate. The altitude at street level is about 8,500 feet above mean sea level. Image shot in the late afternoon sunlight; horizontal format. Copy space.