Religious Sites in Yucatán and Campeche States

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Religious Sites in Yucatán and Campeche States

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Catedral de la Inmaculada Concepción
It took two centuries (from 1650 to 1850) to finish the Cathedral...
Religious Sites Campeche City
 
Catedral de San Ildefonso
Begun in 1561 and completed 38 years later, St. Ildefonso is...
Religious Sites Mérida
 
Ermita de Santa Isabel
At the southern end of the city stands the restored and beautiful...
Religious Sites Mérida
 
Ex-Convento y Iglesia de San Antonio de Padua
Facing the main plaza, this enormous 16th-century former monastery...
Religious Sites Izamal
 
Ex-Convento y Iglesia San Bernadino
Five long blocks away from the main plaza is the 16th-century...
Religious Sites Valladolid
 
Ex-Templo de San José
The Jesuits built this fine baroque church in honor of Saint...
Religious Sites Campeche City
 
Iglesia de la Tercera Orden de Jesús
Just north of Parque Hidalgo is one of Mérida's oldest buildings...
Religious Sites Mérida
 
Iglesia de San Antonio de Padua
This pretty, faded, red colonial church is typical of the Yucatán...
Religious Sites Ticul
 
Iglesia de San Francisco
With its flat, boldly painted facade and bells ensconced under...
Religious Sites Campeche City
 
Iglesia de San Román
Like most Franciscan churches, this one is sober and plain, and...
Religious Sites Campeche City
 
Iglesia de San Servacio
On the west side of the city's main plaza is the large Iglesia...
Religious Sites Valladolid
 
Iglesia y Ex-Convento de San Roque
The elaborately carved main altarpiece and matching side altars...
Religious Sites Campeche City
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