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Interesting visit during Sunday service

Extremely interesting; visited briefly during Sunday service. Fascinating statues of saints holding... read more

Reviewed 13 March 2017
chervilandrubies
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London, United Kingdom
Extraordinary church well worth the trip

This church is a treasure-found. Remarkable in its details and size for a smaller city. The... read more

Reviewed 10 April 2016
CarmenGail
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Merida, Mexico
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This 17th-century church is known for its striking chapel.
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12 Mar 2017
“Interesting visit during Sunday service”
10 Apr 2016
“Extraordinary church well worth the trip”
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| Tlacolula, Mexico

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Reviewed 13 March 2017

Extremely interesting; visited briefly during Sunday service. Fascinating statues of saints holding their own severed heads. Had a great experience at the nearby market (on Sundays only). We had an excellent driver who also took us to Tlacochahuaya church, Hierve el Agua and Mitla on...More

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Reviewed 10 April 2016

This church is a treasure-found. Remarkable in its details and size for a smaller city. The nearby Mercado is the cleanest we have ever seen.

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Reviewed 24 January 2015

Less heralded than the gilded splendor of its counterpart, the Basilica of Santo Domingo in Oaxaca City, the Church of Our Lord of Tlacolula is no less impressive for its folk-influenced decoration. Executed by local artisans, the church offers a splendid example of colonial architecture...More

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