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Churches in Mexico

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334 churches in Mexico

Churches in Guadalajara
Guadalajara Cathedral
(39)
If you're lucky, some nights you can hear the choir of the church that will astound you with their voices.
Churches in Taxco de Alarcón
Santa Prisca Church
(9)
Churches in Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Santo Domingo Temple
(3)
This beautiful 17th century Baroque church is, for me, the most beautiful of the entire city. Built in the purest colonial baroque style, the facade is an exuberance of designs, patterns and figures. Many of them were made directly by indigenous labor and perhaps that is why the temple "smells" of the Mayan religion. Located in a very popular area, it is the meeting place of the local community (and known as the cathedral of the poor). At night, the whole church is illuminated. The atmosphere is very unique. The spot brings to mind the old legends of Creoles recalled in the fire, legends that spoke of conquests and wars, but also caches and voices at midnight.
Churches in San Pedro Cholula
Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios
(13)
The church it's a sloppy place, needs maintenance.
Churches in San Miguel de Allende
Parroquia de San Miguel de Allende
(25)
It has different arquitectural styles that makes it unique and majestic!
Churches in Oaxaca
Church of Santo Domingo de Guzman
(13)
It is a clear example of Mexican baroque, its construction started in 1570 and in 1933 it was declared a historic monument. It is situated on a very wide space that makes it so the church can be seen extremely well.
Churches in San Cristóbal de Las Casas
San Juan Chamula Church
(13)
Como sugerencia mantener mente abierta y cuidado con tomar fotos a los lugareños. También cuidado con aceptar regalos de los vendedores. NO SON REGALOS.
Churches in León
Expiatory Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
(18)
Gothic catholic temple
Churches in San Pedro Cholula
Church of Cerro
(8)
Affected by earthquake, but I’m sure that promptly the place it’s going to be restored.
Churches in Aguascalientes
San Marcos Temple
(7)
Beautiful view and you can talk a walk and buy some chaskas (corn)
Churches in Guadalajara
Templo de San Agustin
(6)
Touring the historic center of Guadalajara you realize the power they had religious congregations in colonial times. This church was built as a convent in the sixteenth century in the Baroque style. A highlight is its altar. Annexed to the Church, where the former convent is now the School of Music at the University of Guadalajara.
Churches in Guadalajara
Templo Expiatorio Del Santísimo Sacramento
(8)
The Templo Expiatorio Del Santísimo Sacramento was built in stages from 1897 to 1972 by famous Italian Architect Boari Adamo who was brought over personally by then Mexican President Porfirio Diaz and who would go on to work on projects like Palacio de Bellas Artes and the Palacio del Correo Mayor in Mexico City. The temple is made mostly of carved stone and the doors are made of rosewood. The whole temple has a Italian Gothic style and the mosaics were even built in the Vatican's mosaic factory.
Churches in Morelia
Sagrario Metropolitano de Morelia
(4)
This Baroque building (built between 1729-1737) is dedicated to St. Catherine of Siena, it's in historic Morelia (Avenida Madero) and is one of the most beloved churches of the city. Officially called Morelia Metropolitan Tabernacle it is still known as the Temple of the nuns (Templo de las monjas) as it was the church and convent of Dominican nuns.
Churches in Gustavo A. Madero
Nouvelle basilique de guadalupe
(7)
Bastante grande, las misas que ofician son muy bellas.
Churches in Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Santa Lucía Church
(3)
The peculiar and beautiful ornamentation of Santa Lucia Church is very striking. The whole facade is decorated with pine leaf garlands and bases. Its color varies from green to brown depending on the time of year when you visit San Cristobal. This kind of "clock," which marks the seasons of San Cristobal, is also a remembrance of ancient Mayan traditions. This ancient village is filled with Chiapas inhabitants, the shrine is decorated with pine needles, almost mandatory it seems. Although, in this case, the floor of the church is respected, the exterior decorations are provided by the faithful of the neighborhood. Try to access the backyard of the church. There are several altars decorated with candles on the floor, and we can confirm how the Catholic and Mayan mix traditions together in this town.
Churches in San Luis Potosí
Churches of San Luis Potosi
(8)
These churches are historical monuments. Here are the names of the churches: La del Carmen, La Catedral, El Santuario de Guadalupe, The San Miguelito, The San Jose, The of the Franciscans, the water box, among others.
Churches in Guadalajara
Templo Santa Maria de Gracia
(2)
The first cathedral in Guadalajara (1561) is of great historical importance for its works of art. It is also considered as the greatest exponent of Baroque architecture in Jalisco Mexico. Constructed in the late seventeenth century this is all that remains of the former convent of Santa Maria.
Churches in Guadalajara
Templo de San Francisco de Asis
(3)
It is located out of the center about 10 minutes walk from the cathedral. It can serve as a reference point if you want to go to Tlaquepaque (worth walking through the streets on a holiday) by public transport. Along with Aranzazu chapel it was part of one of the largest monastery complexes in the city. Currently it boasts gardens, fountains and arches complement its architectural splendor.