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Campeche City Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The elaborately carved main altarpiece and matching side altars here were restored inch by inch, and this long, narrow house of worship now adds more than ever to historic Calle 59's old-fashioned beauty. Built in 1565, it was originally called Iglesia de San Francisco for Saint Francis. In addition to a statue of Francis, humbler-looking saints peer out from smaller niches.

Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Quick Facts

Calles 12 and 59
Campeche City, Campeche  24000, Mexico


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Free, Daily 8:30–noon and 5–7

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