Igreja Nossa Senhora da Conceição (Our Lady of the Assuption Church), in Camanducaia, state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. This small city was once part of a Capitania (a territorial division of the old ultramarine Portuguese empire), and around 1766 there was a small village here with a chapel, that was promoted to a parish in 1790. Like in many villages and cities in Brazil, the old structure was very simple and fragile, and in many cases they were demolished, to give place to newer ones - the actual construction dates from 1840.
This type of reconstruction or reforming was very common in Brazil, and many places with centuries old structures doesn't exist anymore in their original form. An exception is in some hystorical cities in this same state (some of them I will try to visit this year, and that are in UNESCO list), places where the Jesuits were more active and in some older capitals and coastal cities (like Rio de Janeiro, Salvador and Porto Seguro).
This photo was something of a opportunity one, as I was passing by at 23 P.M. in a trip - being in a rural area, all the city was already very quiet, without anyone in the streets, but some dogs in the main square that just observed me quietly. I set up the tripod and make some photographies, but wished I has made another one shorter because of the highlights in the main tower clock.