CAPILLA DE SAN ANTONIO PANZACOLA1
CAPILLA DE SAN ANTONIO PANZACOLA1

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Capilla de San Antonio Panzacola

A unique New Spanish chapel built alongside the old Royal Road that connected the towns of Coyoacán and San Ángel. 

According to legends, there are two versions regarding its construction: one claims that Pedro de Alvarado ordered its construction, while the other states that it was built as a fulfillment of a vow to Saint Anthony of Padua by some smugglers who were freed from prison.

It is a 17th-century Mexican Baroque construction, located in front of one of the few remaining colonial bridges that served as the entrance to Coyoacán. 

Inside, it houses three beautiful paintings: one of the Holy Family, another of Saint John Nepomucene, and one of the Virgin of Guadalupe.

Location

Av. Universidad No. 1686, Santa Catarina, Coyoacán, CDMX.

Capilla de San Antonio Panzacola

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