Much restauration work has been made since 2012 and some of its original artwork on the wall aren't visible anymore (big shame, since it depicted scenes from the horrors of the evangelisation). Still it's must see if you're downtown.
Located in the right in the center of the city, it is a key piece in the early history of Cuernavaca. The church with its monastery and surrounding walls (almost like a "cristian fortress, very tipical from that time here in Mexico) were built in the early 16th century as part of the process of evangelisation.
It is a UNESCO World Heritage since 1994 and part of the "Monasteries on the slopes of Popocatépet" (look it up on Wikipeida, its a great trip idea if you want to discover more of the state of Morelos!).
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