A Hopeful Sign – The Church Rising?

I don’t want to get too cheesy, but there is something inspiring, breathtaking, and frightening here:

The final pictures were taken on February 21, 2010—that had been inundated when a hydroelectric dam was built in 1985.

The 82-foot-tall (25-meter-tall) church and the Andean town of Potosi (see map) were flooded to establish the Uribante-Caparo water reservoir to power the plant, which is currently operating at just 7 percent of its capacity, according to the Reuters service. (Get news on the global water crisis.)


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