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  • 1 Plaza de Armas, Querétaro Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    MEX - Querétaro

    Plaza de Armas, a square fringed with ficus trees, is the historic heart of Querétaro, thriving under the gaze of its benefactor, the Marquis de la Villa del Villar, whose statue tops the fountain (1843). The magic of the square really comes out at n..

  • 2 Museo Regional de Querétaro - Former convent of San Francisco Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Corregidora Sur 3 MEX - Querétaro

    The former convent of San Francisco houses the Museo Regional de Querétaro. This magnificent 16C convent, remodelled several times, was built around three patios highlighted by colourful mosaics and planted with mandarin orange trees. The ground floo..

  • 3 Church of Santa Clara Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Angle des calles Allende et Andador Madero MEX - Querétaro

    Like all churches with female congregations, the Church of Santa Clara is entered through the side. Built in 1606, it contains a stunningly rich interior. The choir where the nuns attended services is separated from the nave by a magnificently made w..

  • 4 Museo de Arte de Querétaro - Former convent of San Agustín Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Ignacio-Allende 14 MEX - Querétaro

    A visit to the former convent of San Agustín would be worth it just for the typically Baroque cloister, one of the finest in the country. The convent, seat of the Museo de Arte de Querétaro, features a collection of 16C and 17C European paintings and..

  • 5 Church of Santa Rosa de Viterbo Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Plazuela Mariano-de-las-Casas - angle av. Arteaga et Ezequiel-Montes MEX - Querétaro

    Nothing seems out of place in the extraordinarily churrigueresque (16C) Church of Santa Rosa de Viterbo illuminating the Plazuela Mariano de las Casas: neither the retables by Pedro de Rojas, nor thesacristy decorated with wooden statues and a sparkl..

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