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So the interior is presently unable to be viewed due to earthquake damage - this is a pity.
However the exterior is beautiful-----intricate Baroque stucco which looks beautiful in the afternoon setting sun....and right next door is a wonderful modern museum - not to be...More
For our anniversary this year my husband and I went to a few places in Mexico including San Cristobal de las Casas. One place worth checking out there was the Templo de Santo Domingo.
The exterior was beautiful. But there were a ton of vendors...More
Probably the most beautiful church I have ever seen. It’s small but the baroque style gives such an amazing scenery that you could stay seated there admiring the ceilin and the beautiful art around for hours.
Following upon the earthquake in September 2017 the doors are open but the majority of the interior is cordoned off and under plastic wraps for protection, with wooden scaffolding supporting arches in a side chapel.. Patches of plaster have fallen off and I am surprised...More
From the main plaza it’s just four blocks to the north to get to the artesanal market which surrounds the Santo Domingo church. The market feels like a labyrinth.. and once you find yourself in front of the beautiful facade of Santo Domingo. Don’t miss...More
This church itself is under resconstruction because it was hit by the earthquake - it is probably beautiful, once it is restored. However, surrounding the construction site, there is an extremely touristy market, selling mostly cheap fake and/or industrially produced „authentic“ souvenirs.
There’s no way you will miss this gorgeous Temple. Due to the recent April in September, 2017 it is only open ag certain hours of the day, check hours if you like to visit the inside that’s currently being remodeled but you can still capture...More