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The present cathedral only dates from the mid-19th century. Pope [now saint] John Paul II visited here. It is a bit dark inside and no flash is allowed. Its interior is nevertheless ornate. You feel like you are in a place of worship. The Pantheon...More
A daytime and nightime visit will give you the best appreciation of the Cathedral. Two very beautiful chapels either side of a stunning Nave. As you gaze about the interior one can imagine the humility and depth of vision that enjoined the construction . A...More
Due to an earthquake in the mid 1800's, this pink hued church was built and finished several decades later around 1882 in a neocolonial Baroque style. The church is dedicated to Jesus and the Virgin Mary. Off to the left of the main altar, is...More
We attended early mass though in Spanish it was delightful, I hadn't been to church in years.
Make sure you visit the mummified children exhibit not far from the church well worth the visit they rotate the three children every six months we saw the...More
This cathedral is one of he most incredible church’s and is stunning. I fell to my knees in prayers and was so thankful I visited. The inside of the church was filled with beautiful statues and relegious art work