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Iglesia de La Profesa, Mexico City
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  • The Church has led a tumultuous life. Built in the 1700 century several refurbishments since then and fire in 1914. Style wise is the Church something messed with Baroque and Gothic.
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  • The Church's two bell towers is a beautiful sample of the Baroque style, on their front page you can see a sculpture composition in relief, in which stand out as protagonists the master carrying the cross and the eternal father, as well as a Saint kneeling (told by the aura that surrounds her head). Full inside splurge artistic temple that we see dates from the 18TH century and is also known as Church of San Felipe. I recommend you visit the Museum of Estanquillo which is located on the opposite corner. Enjoy the professing Church. LIFE... it's a trip!
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  • This church is one of many you find scattered around Mexico historical centre, but this one is very nice, lovely facade, and very austere but serene interior. Certainly worth the visit 
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  • Muy bonita estructura pero algo descuidada, no me agrada que no cuiden ciertos detalles históricos
  • It is a wonderful place you highly recommend visiting it is magic... Especially the altar of Mr. The comfort..!
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  • Commonly known as "La professes", it is more the best preserved Temple in the historic center of the Cd de Mexico, is headquarters of the community of the Congregation of the Oratory of San Felipe Neri. He Temple originally belonged to the order of them Jesuit, but after his expulsion of the country is put in sale, and was recovered by a lile, same that it turns for his care to them parents of the Oratorio, to these priests in Europe is you known as "parents Philippians". If you love art Baroque-virreynal, or the period of the colony in Mexico, go to this place, it is precious over not being able to, stop at each of the altars, and if this in November, will be the celebration of Día de muertos, or at Easter.
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  • Peaceful place to be quiet
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  • The same that put the Periquillo Sarniento for spiritual exercises. Excellent architecture, and some incredible carvings that just take off on Easter, don't know their incredible art gallery Saturdays from 12:00 to 14:00 hrs, is free.
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