The Baroque Church of Santo Domingo (Iglesia de Santo Domingo) dates back to 1736. It once used to be part of the first ... More
Santo Domingo Church
The Baroque Church of Santo Domingo (Iglesia de Santo Domingo) dates back to 1736. It once used to be part of the first Dominican convent built in New Spain, which was all but destroyed in 1861. The front facade is beautifully decorated with a relief of the Assumption of the Virgin in the center and twelve columns that surround the church's main entrance. It is also worth taking a look at the side of the building, where there are some wonderful carved stone figures of Santo Domingo and San Francisco, linked arm in arm.
This museum offers insight into the formulation and enactment of Mexico's laws through four exhibition rooms that outline the country's
legislative process. Included are an explanation of the laws that governed Mexican society before the arrival of the Spanish, ...
The Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana) is one of the most important historical buildings in Mexico City. Construction was started at
the beginning of the 18th century and continued throughout the next 300 years. This is why different influences can ...
As the oldest restaurant in the city, having opened in 1858, it is considered a historical monument. Its quality menu
offers traditional cuisine. Among the Mexican dishes, the quesadillas (melted cheese in a soft taco shell) and regional guisos ...
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