The largest Neo-Gothic church anywhere in the Americas, the Basilica del Voto Nacional was constructed in the late 19th century and is located in Ecuador's capital Quito.
Many visitors visit for the views over the city from its 115 meter spire, and the cathedral is visible from almost anywhere in Quito. It's especially impressive at night when blue and green lights illuminate it.
The cathedral is also known for its somewhat unusual gargoyles; instead of the usual religious figures, the exterior is decorated with carved armadillos, condors, iguanas and other creatures found in Ecuador. It's located seven blocks north of the city's main square.