Welcome to Guatemala!
This model was created by MiniWorld 3D founder Dany Sánchez.
The Santa Catalina Arch is one of the distinguishable landmarks in Antigua Guatemala, a UNESCO World Heritage city that used to be the capital of Guatemala. Built in the 17th century, it originally connected the Santa Catalina convent to the church, allowing the cloistered nuns to pass from one building to the other without going out on the street or being seen. After the earthquakes of 1773, the city was in ruin and the capital relocated to what is now modern Guatemala City. The arch and many buildings laid abanadoned until the late 1800's, when it was renovated and the clock was added on top (from Wikipedia).
MiniWorld 3D is excited to bring this historical model to life as a homage to all the people of Guatemala. This model was designed from scratch, no scans or repurposed models, so it's pristine clean for 3D printing! Please give credit, it's all about spreading culture and education!
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Print photos by @guat3dprint . Thank you! :D
Real Location photo: ZackClark