- This church bears the architectural marks of both the Baroque sensibility of Spanish architect Jose de Churriguera and the Neoclassical trend that flourished in the nineteenth century. The church formed part of the convent of the same name, the cloister of which now houses the Museo José Luis Cuevas. Finished in 1770, there is some very interesting woodwork on the outer doors, and the dome is splendidly adorned with bands of tiles. The famous New World painter Miguel Cabrera is buried here.
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