This cathedral has a far different look than most of the “shock and awe” churches of New Spain as it was ransacked and robbed of its treasures during the Mexican Revolution, in 1915. This makes it a unique one to visit for its spare elegance and structural beauty. It is dominated by stone columns, arches, and the crucifix behind the alter, a twenty-five foot tall birch wood sculpture.
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Discover an authentic piece of Mexico on this day trip from Cancun. At Sotuta de Peon, a restored working hacienda, you'll feel like you're back in the 19th ... Read more
Duration: 14 hours (approx.)