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Protective town of San Miguel and the Sanctuary of Jes in Mexico Heritage Sites of Mexico. Mexico is a country in North America

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20031861 Featured Protective town of San Miguel and the Sanctuary of Jes Print

20031861

mexico, guanajuato, san miguel de allende, exploding papier-mache judas iscariot figures in the plaza principal during the easter sunday celebrations at the end of holy week

© Isabella Tree eye ubiquitous / hutchison

Festivals, Religious, South America

Parroquia or Parish of San Miguel Allende Featured Protective town of San Miguel and the Sanctuary of Jes Print

Parroquia or Parish of San Miguel Allende

La Parroquia de San Miguel ArcA?ngel, the current parish church of San Miguel, is unique in Mexico and the emblem of the town which has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. CondA© Nast Traveler selected San Miguel Allende as the number one city in the world for 2013

© 2014 André Araiz

562351659, Central Mexico, Church, Guanajuato, Horizontal, Latin America, Mexico, Multi Colored, Photography, San Miguel De Allende, Town Square, Travel Destinations, Unesco, Unesco World Heritage Site

sanctuary of Atotonilco Featured Protective town of San Miguel and the Sanctuary of Jes Print

sanctuary of Atotonilco

The Sanctuary of Atotonilco (Santuario de Atotonilco) is a church complex and a World Heritage Site, designated along with nearby San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico. The complex was built in the 18th century by Father Luis Felipe Neri de Alfaro who, according to tradition, was called upon by a vision of Jesus with a crown of thorns on his head and carrying a cross. The main feature of the complex is the rich Mexican Baroque mural work that adorns the main nave and chapels

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