Arco de Ingreso a Zapopan, Guadalajara

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  • There are some local sidewalk cafes and bars along the wide walkway to the Basilica. None have great food, but if you're going to check out the Basilica anyway, you´ll see the arch. For a great restau...  more »
  • This giant quarry carved artistically marks the beginning of what used to be the main avenue of access Zapopan and has now become pedestrian. According to tradition Jalisco incorporate characters from Roman mythology in its monuments, one of the sculptures representing Huntress Diana. The other Crown arc that maintains one of our symbols of identity: the Eagle. In both columns are found to embossed characters and deities pre-Hispanic (facade main) and conquerors and religious (facade inside). The bow well could confuse is with a work colonial, more its construction is contemporary (century XX). A great site is to take the picture of the memory - with the proviso that the view of the main facade is now affected by the construction of the railway light -. Enjoy this beautiful monument and if consider this contribution useful ten good express your support thank you! for this reason. Her life... is a trip!
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  • Although quarry (sandstone) fact is not old, is built not long ago, for framing the avenue that connects directly to the basilica of Zapopan. ARC indigenous allegories are to the corn.
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