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This Church has an amazing interior that is not to be missed. Be sure to go to the front and turn to your left. WOW! I thought I was in Spain. I think the heavy gilding is soo impressive and beautiful. Don't miss visiting here.
Who said that to see amazing European architecture and churches you had to fo to Europe ?!!
This church is a must see if you are already in downtown Puebla. Amazing arches, beautiful colors, structures, etc...
Just visit it, and amaze yourself with the beauties...More
This church is worth visiting primarily because of the Capilla Del Rosario. It's beautifully intricate and ornate, make sure your camera takes good pictures in low lighting if you want to capture it. It's an important attraction, but it's not super busy and everyone is...More
There are many churches in Mexico and many in Puebla itself but the gold gilded capilla in this one is spectacular and puts it right at the top of my list. It really has to be seen to be believed.It's an easy walk down cinco...More
When you remember that Puebla was originally Mexico's capital, it makes sense that they would have this impressive church. Outside is architecturally grand, but you must see the inside, which is quite ornate. I enjoy the solitude I always experience in these places. You will...More
The interior of this church is a real wow! There are so many churches (70?) in Puebla it is difficult to know which ones to visit but I highly recommend a short visit to this one for its sheer ornateness. Amazing gold gilded alters and...More
By itself this is a stunningly beautiful church with gold leaf altars of carved wood. Nice statuary. This is where the unbelievable Capilla del Rosario is located on the front left in a separate wing, making this church an absolute MUST visit location
Really surprising place, the Capilla del Rosario is amazing, and to hear the story behind it makes you feel grateful. The temple itself is to admire, take a seat and look at all the angles and small chapels around it, but the Capilla is the...More