Church of St Agustín
It was originally a XVIth century convent. The façade is baroque style, the tower illustrates the miter of San Agustín and inside it has very plain ornaments. Its altar is neo-plateresque style and it has two sculptures; one of San Agustín and the other one of Santa Mónica, his mother.
It was closed during the day when we passed by.
But we got some shots at night.
Quite distinctive, Jackie!ReplyDelete
What a magnificent church! I love the outside and inside, too!ReplyDelete
I didn't see your church listed over at InSPIREd Sunday and am glad I found you anyway!ReplyDelete
Thanks, I was late listing, just did it now.Delete
the church is very impressive insideReplyDelete
impressive indeed. reminds me of ones i have seen in Texas. gorgeous!ReplyDelete
they certainly build grand churches in Mexico.ReplyDelete
The outside looks average but inside is incredibly beautiful. I wouldn't have expected such an amazing interior judging by the external view. The entrance looks really grand all lit up at night.ReplyDelete
Wonderful looking church, love the insideReplyDelete