Things to see and do - San Miguel de Allende
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This gem is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Built in 1745, the Sanctuary of Atotonilco contains a ceiling and six side chapels that are breathtaking, as well as an exceptional ensemble of frescoes and murals, by Miguel Antonio Martínez de Pocasang..
Architecture, castles and historic districts
With its sidewalk cafes full of tourists, window-shoppers and workers leaving their offices, this aptly named square is the pulse of San Miguel. The Plaza Principal - also known as the Jardín Principal or Plaza de Allende - is lined by the (19C) Chur..
Au Nord-ouest de la Plaza Cívica-Allende
This (early 18C) church, boasting a Baroque façade peppered with Indian influences, is a hymn to San Felipe Neri who founded the Order of the Oratory and whose life is told in the paintings decorating the dome. Note the rich decoration in the Chapel ..