Guadalajara Cathedral is a landmark building in Guadalajara, a historic city, and even the largest church building in Mexico. The whole church covers a huge area, the church building is magnificent, and the square in front of the door is the absolute city center. The interior decoration of the square is also extremely luxurious. The statues are lifelike. The colorful windows of the church are very beautiful and sacred. The interior space is also very large, which can accommodate more than 400 people to pray at the same time. It is amazing.
Like other Mexican cities, Guadalajara's Double Tower Cathedral is also in the center of the city, the most prominent building. However, its style is quite mixed, the shadow of Baroque, Gothic and neoclassicism can be seen. Especially the golden twin spires and stained glass inside are different from the Mexican churches I've been to before. There are various beggars outside the doors of the church, but once inside the church, the solemn sense of sacredness pours on the face, but it does not make people feel distant, very quiet. Every time I passed by, I would go in and sit down, and I had the privilege of following a group of believers to visit the regularly opened collection room of holy vessels, which contained Bartolom &3, a famous 17th century Spanish religious painter who could be regarded as the treasure of the town hall, and Murillo's "picture of the ascension of the Virgin Lady".
The church has a great sense of architectural beauty. The open cafe of the entrance square is very good, opposite the city hall. It's a very old building. Disadvantage: There are too many beggars in the church entrance and the square, and there are many kinds of beggars.
Very admirable scenic spots, the Chinese can hardly see, after all, it is too far from home.
This is a free visit. Exotic customs, experience multi-ethnic culture.
It is a large Catholic church with a long history. It is said that there are mummies in it.
This church has a long history and rich contents. Good location, good environment.