Templo de San Francisco, Queretaro City

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  • Purposes learn a little history of Querétaro. this route is interesting, since part of the story is closely related to religion
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  • This church is opposite the jardin Zenea and few steps from Plaza de Armas. Lighting that has night is very nice and gives a special atmosphere next to the chimes and the smell of quarry.
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  • The Church has a sturdy facade with its cover of quarry, in a Baroque style of great sobriety 
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  • One of the many awe-inspiring iglesias in San Miguel de Allende. The outside of this one is particularly unique and impressive.
  • There is often live music out front. It is a nice place to walk and take in the sights.
  • A quiet church for locals. But also beautiful.
  • Just a temple
  • In the whole of San Felipe de Neri is the Colegio de San Francisco de Sales, where Benito Díaz de Gamarra gave teaching and studied Luis Felipe Neri de Alfaro, who designed the sanctuary of Atotonilco. The Temple of San Francisco is located in a small square which hosts various jobs and their portals are two of the best examples in the country; the Churrigueresque doorway contains beautiful carved motifs and is topped by a picture of the holder of the temple; inside are kept interesting artistic pieces, such as canvases dedicated to the death of St. Francis attributed to Juan Rodríguez or the Transfiguration, from the 18th century, by Salvador Fajardo.
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