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Iglesia de La Profesa, Mexico City

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  • This is the St. Philip Neri Church was founded by the Jesuits in the late 16th century. Referred to as Jesuits have made inroads in Mexico it is slower than other parliamentary group initially Dominican, Franciscan and overwhelmed or was it the Church complete in 1610, and cemented the Foundation of missionary work. However, original building was almost destroyed by the flood of 1629, the current building was completed in 1720, is. It's nickname is "black solution of Church", generally known under the name of "La prophets" in Mexico City. Built along the Madero Avenue in the downtown historic district of Mexico City, is the main entrance of the Church facing Isabel la Católica Street (Avenida Isabela La Catolica). Front with a nave altar was more frugal and anything. I learned later visited unfortunately not knowing anything about this church, so that the beautiful thing about this Church of art. I also had the opportunity to go to Mexico City, you can also visit and like.
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  • Large church standing always lively Madero Street. I think that has made beautiful and Madero streets, chic and, in comparison with other Church has a presence in.
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  • It seems to me that a monument of the carving and historical significance as the Church of la Profesa, should be more careful and diffused. In addition to being a beautiful example of Baroque Colonial architecture, it is of great importance for the role of the construction in the struggle for our independence
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