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Iglesia de San Hipólito, Mexico City
(4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • It may be that one believes or not, that is something very personal, however is such power that reigns in this church that for one moment can come to think that everything is possible. It was a quite particular visit, because in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the city, one finds a haven of peace. If they are worshippers of San Judas Tadeo, they will go to see him in this church
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  • It is a beautiful, as many church that exist in Mexico. Worth a visit and learn about its architecture.
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  • This church was erected on the site in which the day one July 1520 in the so-called "Noche Triste" Spaniards were defeated by the Aztecs, where initially there was a chapel in honor of the fallen. The temple has two towers façade and Bell Tower not because they have been placed tarps that prevent from seeing it from the Atrium, which projects the image of a passage from informal trade, every time can be seen in the same this packed with sellers of religious objects, primarily of San Judas Tadeo. Inside draws the attention of the Mexican Saints Chapel, with a mass of portraits of them. It is reprehensible that this building with so much history and outstanding architecture is sunk into the irrelevance and presented to the visitor as a casual market.
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  • Great market and tourist destination
  • Bien, padres misioneros claretianos
  • In this corner of the Church, I always stop to tell that there was the "Chapel of the martites", which was built in memory of the Spaniards killed in the battle that preceded the Noche Triste, before the fall of Tenochtitlan. Oh, and just in front there is a man who sells snow and well-delicious mold pallets. Go before 18:00 hrs 😀
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  • This very nice
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  • Here is dedicated to san judas tadeo
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