Aurora Gloriosa Stained Glass Window (Glorious Dawn)

Vitral Aurora Gloriosa


Edgar Cevallos Rosales.


Fernando Lupera.


The stained glass window refers to the independence deed of October 9, 1820, which freed Guayaquil and became the example for the rest of the country to liberate themselves from the Spanish yoke.

An ancient building that reflects the architecture of the Guayaquil from those times can be appreciated, also a patriot with a scroll in one hand (which symbolizes the Act of Independence) and waving with the other, as a symbol of having obtained freedom. The character is surrounded by several illustrious Patriarchs who participated in the heroic deeds, and people clapping as an expression of happiness and thankfulness.

Barcelona S.C. Avenue, North Lineal Park.