This Spanish Church has been revamped into an Incredible Skate Park

Madrid-based street artist Okuda San Miguel, was commissioned to transform this Spanish church cum skate-park using his unique brand of colorful geometric designs.

The church of Santa Barbara in Llanera, Spain was originally designed by Spanish architect Manuel del Busto in 1912. However, it became abandoned and eventually started to crumble and decay.

Fortunately, a group of aspiring individuals from La Iglesia Skate managed to save and remodel it into a public skate park.

Okuda has covered almost every surface in a multi-hued rainbow of colour, and with illumination coming from the original tall renaissance windows, the church of Santa Barbara has been transformed into the Kaos Temple and became a favorite destination for both boarders and art-lovers alike.

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Sources: thisiscolossal, unusualplaces




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