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  • Excellent84%
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  • Average5%
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16 Mar 2017
“Well preserved historical landmark”
3 Dec 2016
“We were shown this church on a private tour.”
Calle Reforma, Oaxaca, Mexico
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Reviewed 16 March 2017

Construction of this church was interrupted by the civil war. Located in a quiet neighborhood but easily accessible. The original organ was being rebuilt when we visited.

Thank Jose D F
Reviewed 3 December 2016

Do not miss seeing the organ in the choir loft. The contrast between this church and St. Dominic Guzamen in Oaxaca is striking.

Thank Joe O
Reviewed 14 March 2016

This may be my favourite church in all of Mexico. The interior walls are painted in festive flowers, and the statues are impressive. There is also a painting of a seated Virgen de Guadalupe that may be unique, as she is always shown standing within...More

Thank Katharyn R
Reviewed 16 March 2015

If you're visiting Oaxaca, San Jeronimo's Temple in Tlacochahuaya is a must-see. On the outside it's just like any other mexican 16th century catholic church, nothing relevant. But it's the minute you walk in that you understand why you have to visit this church. All...More

Thank Pollescu
Reviewed 6 February 2015

This should be corrected. It is NOT in Puerto Escondido, but a few miles from Oaxaca City . It is worth a visit, and takes a short time to admire the church.

1  Thank Terry B
Reviewed 5 February 2015

I used to live in Oaxaca (the city) and now live in Pto Escondido. I love the town and the church in Tlacochahuaya. Leaving from Oaxaca you can be there in your own car in about 30-40 minutes. It is on the same route as...More

Thank BG_Lowrey
Reviewed 5 January 2014

This church is not in Puerto Escondido as mentioned, It is a few miles from the city of Oaxaca, and well worth a visit, Take time to observe every details in the frescoes, the furniture, the organ, and the " retablos"' A true gem,

1  Thank Terry B
Reviewed 24 October 2013

Extraordinary jewel. Not only the town and church have their attraction but the organ and the choir are fabulous. A real jewel

Thank luzlajous
Reviewed 22 October 2012

The 16th Century Church of San Jeronimo, in Tlacochahuaya. This delightfully charming church was built in the late 16th century by the Dominicans, an order founded by Santo Domingo. The Virgen del Rosario, the Virgin Mary in her aspect of holding the Rosario, is well...More

1  Thank RanchoPitaya
Reviewed 16 February 2012

A colonial treasure in a very small village in the surroundings of Oaxaca. Great paintings and its fabulous organ as well as the whole decoration are the highlights. The visit can be combined with other villages around, where beautiful crafts are made, or Santa Maria...More

1  Thank CometoMexico
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