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As such the church was not spectacular but the the history and the fact that both faiths are mixed is interesting. The maya tables in the middle of the alleyway corresponding to the Maya calendar and the various lights on them were unusual. A shaman...More
We saw just the outside of this but it looked like an interesting church. It was market day and Easter Sunday when we went so there were people crowding the stairs but it was nice to see the church decorated for Easter.
Quaint church with a mixture of ancient mayan and cattholic cultures.
Pay close attention to the temple as you can see this mixture also at the entrance there is a Mayan native burning opal to please the gods
We happened to be there on a special day of celebration, so there was a lot going on inside and outside the church, which a guide explained to us. Seeing the local people in procession carrying images of saints that were so heavy that some...More
This church seems to appear out of no-where in the middle of the market complex.
It is beautiful on the outside, and the stairs are covered with flowers, traditional peoples, and incense.
It is a very sacred place, and our guide informed us NOT TO...More
The church is like no other I've seen except for the creepy St Juan Chamina. It has cloth drapes from ceiling, is dark with lots of idols of saints, floor covered in pine leaves, has a notable lack of figures of Christ and sacraments and...More