Iglesia de la Santa Veracruz, Mexico City

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  • I have never been inside this church. What interests me about it is that its twin steeples are tilting in different directions. The first time I saw it I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me. The...  more »
  • Very quaint, old church. Wrong map is a little north of the Alameda Park big Hidalgo Street.
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  • It is a wonderful temple built in its final stage, in the 18th century by the architect Iniesta Bejarano. It has a semi-covert chapel with a beautiful baroque altarpiece sadly hidden behind a glass case. In building has severe signs of deterioration the saltpeter and sinking.
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  • Inspiring building kind hearted people.
  • Beautiful baroque church whose final stage dates back to 1759 the architect Iniesta Bejarano Manager. Unfortunately in nitrate and the collapse never cease to cause havoc. It has a beautiful chapel with a Baroque altarpiece dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe. You must know it.
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  • In one of Mexico City's oldest church was built in 1776. St. Veracruz Church is very respectable appearance. You can walk in the evening around security is relatively good because Church is located opposite the Church of Almeida. Rest assured that police also deployed to Veracruz Church before Metrobus bus stop.
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  • A divine Baroque
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  • It is very good
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