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Templo y Ex Convento de Santiago Domingo

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Templo y Ex Convento de Santiago Domingo

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Travel Well wrote a review Jan 2020
Asheville, North Carolina16 contributions6 helpful votes
This place is so amazing and it’s in a sleepy little village in the middle of no where, yet close to Valladolid. The people in the village were very welcoming with kids playing and greeting us as we passed by. Wonderful historic building that has been well preserved.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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sheri B wrote a review Dec 2019
Santa Fe, New Mexico45 contributions22 helpful votes
Worth the short drive to Uayma just to see this church. Especially if you love design and architecture (+churches) of Mexico. The SPATIAL quality the floral designs are unique and I enjoyed photographing them all inside and out. If the history of this church was available - I didn't see it! Now I'm doing some research on how it happened. Very quiet peaceful town - just a few steps from main part of Uayma
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Date of experience: November 2019
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TravelerPhiladelphia wrote a review Feb 2019
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania409 contributions114 helpful votes
Make a detour, or make a special trip, to see this amazing church. In the middle of nowhere, I've never seen anything like this. It's only 20 minutes by car from Valladolid, or on the way to Chichen Itza.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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oldbrdrz wrote a review Jun 2018
Fairfax, Virginia154 contributions92 helpful votes
This church is highly attractive both inside and outside, with unusual decorative motifs. Quite a work of art! Restoration in the baptismal font area was underway when we were there. The church has been mostly, and lovingly restored. Unfortunately, there was no explanatory material in Spanish or English. The town area around it has also been restored, with colorful buildings, an attractive plaza, a red bed and breakfast, a nice colorful public library and town hall. People obviously take pride in their pleasant and attractive town with the church as its centerpiece.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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hallmartin2018 wrote a review Feb 2018
Toronto, Canada1 contribution
We had hired a private driver, Manuel Puc, of Maya Adventure Taxi Tours, to take us early morning from Valladolid to Chitchen Itza, and thus miss the huge crowds who arrive on buses about noon from Cancun. Manuel was exemplary in every way. On return he spontaneously took us slightly off route to this wonderful and utterly unique church in this sleepy Mexican town. Great trip--with complimentary water and delicious local (with peel) fruit thrown in. Manuel a fount of information too.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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