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Zamora

The religious architecture of Zamora is very big, know some of the most representative temples that you have to visit during your trip to Zamora.

It begins with the Templo de San Francisco (Temple of San Francisco), an eclectic baroque style site from the mid-18th century. It highlights its two-body facade with a slender tower on the left side.

The Templo de San Juan Diego is located next to the Templo de San Francisco, its construction dates from 1894. The enclosure is of small dimensions, in its interior you can see modern images of merit and some notable paintings.

It continues with the Templo de Dolores, built in the 20th century, in its interior there are several neoclassic altarpieces and in the main altar a golden cypress.

The only temple of neoromanic style in Zamora is the Templo de Nuestra Señora del Carmen (“Temple of Our Lady of Carmen”), whose history dates from 1845 when it still belonged to Zamora to the bishopric of Michoacán.

Throughout the years, it had many remodeling and it was until 1979 when it was named parish church. Its pink quarry facade, its tower and a rose window that ends with a Latin cross stand out.

A curious fact is that of all the virgins of Carmen in Mexico, the one from Zamora is the only one who is seated.
The religious architecture of Zamora is very big, know some of the most representative temples that you have to visit during your trip to Zamora.

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It begins with the Templo de San Francisco (Temple of San Francisco), an eclectic baroque style site from the mid-18th century. It highlights its two-body facade with a slender tower on the left side.

The Templo de San Juan Diego is located next to the Templo de San Francisco, its construction dates from 1894. The enclosure is of small dimensions, in its interior you can see modern images of merit and some notable paintings.

It continues with the Templo de Dolores, built in the 20th century, in its interior there are several neoclassic altarpieces and in the main altar a golden cypress.

The only temple of neoromanic style in Zamora is the Templo de Nuestra Señora del Carmen (“Temple of Our Lady of Carmen”), whose history dates from 1845 when it still belonged to Zamora to the bishopric of Michoacán.

Throughout the years, it had many remodeling and it was until 1979 when it was named parish church. Its pink quarry facade, its tower and a rose window that ends with a Latin cross stand out.

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