TEMPLO DE SAN CRISTOBAL1
TEMPLO DE SAN CRISTOBAL1

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This temple was built between 1730 and 1747.

It is characterized by a beautiful sculpture of San Cristóbal Mártir, said to have been brought from Guatemala.

Its square was shared with the city's first bullring, and later, with the arrival of the railway, its access was blocked.

Despite its modifications, it still preserves its original facade, which can be seen at the back. In 1965, a new entrance was opened on the east side of the temple.

Location

Azteca Sur No. 290, Montecillo, San Luis, S.L.P.

Templo de San Cristóbal del Montecillo

IMPORTANT MINING CENTER DURING THE COLONIAL PERIOD

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