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Iglesia de San Francisco, Mexico City

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  • It is one of the most beautiful churches of the historic centre, very much worth visiting it in the same way as the temple which is just to the side which are very different architectures.
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  • It seems to place is the Church of San Francisco is Franciscan's group of Catholics in Mexico have the most power, but in Mexico City, this historical district, became a missionary in New Spain (after Mexico) base. It was existence which occupies the region places by now, set back from the main street (Francisco I Madero Street) entrance, only occupies one corner of the bustling downtown, and offices once a monastery church and a spacious area. Current entrance is located on the north side of the nave of the Church, used to be at the front of the nave (West). But today, original entrance in relation to building next door has been closed is likely. Original San Francisco church was built in the 16th century, but was rebuilt twice because of the soft ground, and the current building is the third built in the early 18th century (1710-1716). On the main altar in the Center with Jesus Christ, Mexico will be statue of the Virgin of Guadalupe are enshrined. Many blindfolded there were tourists, but still lifted up prayers of the locals.
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  • Temple is that commonly adorers are called, it is a pity that in the city there very few.
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  • Es muy hermosa
  • Oozes with crumbling charm.
  • Muy bonita arquitectura de la iglesia
  • Quite small church
  • The Church was built in 1716 on the pedestrian street Francisco I Madero Street. From here a bit back into place, so less noticeable at the entrance, easy to overlook. Facades are smaller, less heavily and enters the inside feel like not seeing its size. Featured Church Mexico City tourism
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