This church has one of Guanajuato State's finest churrigueresque facades. The term for this style refers to José Churriguera, a 17th-century (baroque) Spanish architect noted for his extravagant surface decoration. Built in the late 18th century, the church was financed by donations from wealthy patrons and by bullfight revenues. Topping the elaborately carved exterior is the image of St. Francis of Assisi. Below, along with a crucifix, are dozens of limestone sculptures
of angels, saints, and Franciscan friars. The church's interior, by contrast, is rather stark.
Calle San Francisco at Calle Juárez, San Miguel de Allende, 37700, Mexico