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Beautiful architecture in the old and new building, filled with magic energy once in side, a lot of souvenirs at really affordable prices, hit most of all the main building is so tilt that made me dizzy, it is totally worth the visit !!
A must see historical site for anyone no matter what your religious beliefs are. A true piece of art. The mosaic paintings in the ceiling, the chandeliers, the marble floors - just wonderful to look at. The church houses the original cloak of Juan Diego...More
the old basilica, chapels and new basilica are all together and provide an interesting comparison of new and old architecture. climb the stairs to the chapel, and marvel at the angle of the floor in the old basilica that is slowly settling at a wild...More
Went here as part of a tour that included Teotihuacan. The original building from the 16th century is leaning due to past earthquakes. You notice a slight incline inside. It looks lovely on the inside and well worth the look.
The modern basilica is a...More
Very very pretty, from the stained glass, to the grounds to the hill and decor on the churches surrounding. I went with a tour guide, so worth it. Very neat to see the original shrine, which is sinking into the ground. Lots to see, lots...More
This church truly exemplifies Mexico City.
It's a catholic church that throughout the years has been sinking (Mexico City was build on water).. you can see which walls have been sinking and which have been stable.
You can also see the new church that is...More