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This was a quiet respite on a hot day. Step inside the chapel, built in early 18th Century, and enjoy a peaceful interlude from the noisy, busy world outside. The east side sports its original pink stone facade while the south side is newer, barogue...More
This multi towered and doomed church dates back from the 18th century. The pale pink main facadr is baroque with an indegenious influence. Inside the church are 33 oil paintings showing scenes from the life of San Felipe Neri, the 16th century Florentine who founded...More
One of the most interesging churches in San Miguel de Allende, the facade is splendid and there is a chapel dedicated (and in imitation of) the Loreto Church in Italy, and many other interesting items worth a check like some paintings by Miguel Cabrera, and...More
Thus church is close to the San Francisco church. Just in front of where the buses stops.
I liked the church, both inside and outside. It's not the most beautiful in the city but still very much worth a visit.
I have a gorgeous painting by a Barcelonese painter of the Oratorio de San Felipe Neri from long ago. The approach used to be through a street market that has been replaced by a plaza with the equestrian statue of Ignacio Allende. Not far from...More