CONVENTO LA ASUNCION EN PAZULCO1
CONVENTO LA ASUNCION EN PAZULCO1

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Ex Convento La Asunción en Pazulco

It was founded by the Augustinians in 1550 and is one of the unfinished convent complexes.

The temple is elongated and narrow, with a roof made of a continuous barrel vault.

Its facade is austere, like most temples built in the 16th century in Morelos. It has a semicircular arch, a window to illuminate the choir, and a triangular pediment. It only has one tower that was added later.

Inside, there is a beautiful altarpiece on the main altar.

This temple has a legend that it was possessed by the devil, so it was closed and "salted," meaning it was surrounded with salt to ward off evil. In fact, it hasn't been used as a religious site for several years.

Location

Centro, Pazulco, Mor.

Ex Convento La Asunción en Pazulco

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