Construction of this temple began almost 100 years after Spain’s conquest of Mexico began. Inside, there are enormous paintings illustrating significant moments in the Catholic faith, like the apparitions and miracles of the Virgin Mary. The main altar houses religious sculptures depicting Virgin Mary and her child in the center. Visitors can also see paintings from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Zona Centro, 44100 Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. +52 33 3614 3412
This temple is a treasure of Guadalajara. Its construction began in 1749 and today it contains three Baroque-style altars with ornamental gold details. It is dedicated to “Our Lady of Aránzazu,” an alternate name for the Virgin Mary.
This is one of the oldest Catholic chapels in the city. It dates from April 1551, when the first Bishop of Guadalajara, Pedro Gómez Maraver, built a hermitage there.