This is a wonderful old church. The interior is amazingly simple for a Catholic church, but at the same time I thought it was beautiful and peaceful.
I was really looking forward to seeing the Catedral de San Gervasio in Valladolid, as we stopped there on the way back to our hotel from a long day-trip to Chichen Itza. The outside was fairly impressive, but there are beggars at the door, which is a bit unnerving and unexpected. The inside was a terrible disappointment. There are these... More
It's part of the history of Mexico and the Spanish colonialism, a place to visit and admire, on the walls of the cathedral and the surrounding houses you can appreciate stones that the Spanish took from the Mayan pyramids to build this colonial cathedral. It's a place that i would recommend to visit. The cathedral was completed in 1570 by... More
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