Religious Sights in Puebla

Mexico is a very religious country, and whether you are or not a believer, the uncountable churches and chapels in Puebla will take your breath away. This is what Spaniards did best: creating beautiful religious sites. In this top 10 list of Religious Sights in Puebla you will find some of the most beautiful churches in México, such as the Cathedral and the San Francisco Temple. The Capilla del Rosario is probably the most beautiful chapel in the country and is definitely the best example of the New Spain Baroque style. It is considered the Baroque Jewel of Mexico, so you can understand why you shouldn't miss it. In the list you'll also find some sites that are not necessarily churches, convents or chapels but that are important if you're into Religious art. The Museo Amparo, for example, has a very big and important New Spain's Religious art collection including a marvelous scale model of the baldachin of the Cathedral. The Loreto Fort has an unique Baroque chapel facade in Puebla, so if you're visiting the forts, you can't miss it. And finally, the reason the Dean's House is in this list is because this used to be the Cathedral's Dean residence and is really interesting to see what kind of painting he chose for his walls. You won't believe it when you see it.

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Catedral de Puebla

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Av. 16 de Septiembre unnumbered

This is an impressive treasure of colonial architecture... read more

Capilla del Rosario

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5 de Mayo 409

This outstanding example of Mexican Baroque style is considered Puebla's jewel... read more

Templo de San Francisco

14 oriente 1003

An important church with a beautiful pottery facade... read more

Templo de Santo Domingo

5 de mayo y 4 poniente

A XVIII century church with a marvelous jewel inside... read more

Templo de la Compañia de Jesus

4 Sur at Ave. Palafox y Mendoza

This church was built in late XVI century and is a baroque jewel. Special its facade... read more

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Museo Amparo

2 Sur 708

One of the most important collections of pre-Hispanic, Colonial, Modern and Contemporary art in Mexico... read more

Templo de Santa Clara

6 Oriente 201

This church, built in 1642, used to be part of the Former Convent of Santa Clara... read more

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Casa del Dean

16 de Septiembre 505

The murals in this house are a rare and unique sample of non-religious mural painting in the XVI century in Mexico... read more

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Exconvento de Santa Rosa

Calle 3 Norte 1203

A beautiful XVII century convent where many of the most important and delicious dishes were created. Nowadays it houses the handicrafts museum... read more

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Fuerte de Loreto

Centro Cívico 5 de Mayo, Calzada de los Fuertes

One of two historic forts that famously defended the city from the French troops on the "Cinco de Mayo" Battle in 1862... read more
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