Get a bird's eye view of one of the most famous churches of Rio de Janeiro, compliments of Esteban Clua. It's the Candelária Church, and it lies in the Centro district of Brazil's second-largest city and erstwhile capital. Construction of the church began in the late 18th century but it took just over 100 years to complete. In part because of the long construction period, the church's design reflects a blend of Baroque, Neoclassical, and Neo-Renaissance styles. The church was the site of an infamous massacre of eight homeless people in 1993.