This well-preserved monastery would be a pleasure to explore, even if it were empty. It's not, though: it's full of remarkable art, from pre-Colombian stone artifacts to gory baroque religious sculpture, to frenetically carved tables and wardrobes, to local legal documents in heavily flourished script circa mid-19th century. The courtyards are gorgeous, and the views from the windows and balconies alone are worth the trip. Best free museum in Mexico, hands down.
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