Amador CuestaItinerant photographer who ended up in Guadalajara in 1884. Then he made an interesting collection of images of the city at the time it celebrated its first festivities in honor of its Patron Saint, the Virgen de la Antigua, immortalizing the decorative apparatus displayed on its streets and in the temple of Santa María. But we must also attribute the last photograph of the Puerta de Bejanque to him, taken in March of that year to convince the Academy of History of its monumental value and thus avoid its demolition, a misfortune that could not be avoided.
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