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The conquerors of this land wrested enormous mineral fortunes from it, and constructed flamboyant edifices packed with wealth and precious stones, meanwhile enslaving the indigenous population and bankrupting Spain through inflation. This church in keeping with the ambience of Tequisquiapan is modest and simple, the...More
This time the temple was deserted and quiet (previous visits have been extremely crowded). It was nice to wander through the building and view the pictures and dedications. The church bells ringing outside carried inside with amazing acoustical sound. I can only imagine a full...More
This is a very old church. When you touch the wooden door in the front, you can feel its age. When we visited, there was a wedding. Strangers went up and congratulated the bride and the groom, and everyone was very friendly.
Having seen many cathedrals and churches in Europe, Mexico and elsewhere, there is a quiet and simple elegance to the historic Templo de Santa Maria de la Asuncion. Frequented by many locals, visitors here can enjoy moments in thankful contemplation and prayer.
Spanish colonial simplicity and peace. Located in the main plaza. Next to it there are arts and crafts vendors on the weekends. All masses are in Spanish.
This Catholic church is really crowded on Sundays. For a visit, you find peace and quiet during the...More
It is being remodelled to restore the insside to its former Beauty.
Only problem is the foul smell of sewage pipes alomg the eastern side of the plaza and the hundireds of chewed gum remains at the floor.