The second largest cathedral after the one in Mexico City, the Cathedral in Puebla is a wonderful place to visit.
Like in most colonial towns in Mexico, Puebla’s cathedral is right next to the main square and walking distance to great restaurants and museums. The Cathedral is a nice example of Roman architecture with strong massive structural elements and small windows which make for a very dramatic interior. It has two towers (which – at 70 meters - used to be the tallest in the continent) which frame a beautiful façade in renaissance style and inside you will find 14 chapels along with a beautiful altar and pipe organ that is richly decorated.
The Cathedral is open to the public free of charge, only flash photography is forbidden.
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