Started in 1729, on the ruins of a church from the 16th century, the Zacatecas Cathedral was dedicated in 1752, consecrated in 1862 but not finished until 1904. Sometimes
Picasso, Braque, Chagall, and Miro! The building is amazing and contains books 300 to 400 years old. I was shocked to see they have original works of Picasso in a
No flash permitted (but bring camera anyway: long exposures needed), bags must be checked (free), and good luck finding parking.
There are rows and rows of ancient
3 of 5 stars
Believed to be the mythic place where Aztecs remained 9 years previously to entering the Valle de México (today Mexico City). All there is for us to research, today, is a
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Palacio de GobiernoOriginally built in 1727 or the late 17th century, depending on the source, the Palacio de Gobierno is one of the few examples left in town of civil