Very large church with some 19c. paintings on display. Very tall dome, see the entry portal (early churrigueresque style).
From the looks of this church, the Jesuits were the richest of the religious orders in Guanjuato. The stonework on the front is the most ornate in the city. Be sure to take a look when the church is lit up at night.
This seems to be the largest church or temple in Guanajuato. However, it is not as well decorated as others. Paintings and statues are around the sidewalls. "Mother Mary" has pride of place.
Some of my friends are in crypts inside the walls and floor of the Compañia de Jesus in Gto. They are dead, of course, and just ashy shadows of their former selves. At the back of the Compañia is the Pinacoteca full of paintings restored in Gto. within the last 25 years. The massive arches, grey stone, semi-darkness are all... More
This church is big inside and spartan by comparrison to the other churches/templos in the village. Made of cantera, divided into two areas, very high and there are people buried in the walls. This is a down to earth working church. Sundays, standing room only. Super e-z to get to. On the opposite end of the university steps. Worth the... More
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