Parroquia de San Fernando, Mexico City

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  • There is this church in the back which went two blocks west from Hidalgo station. This area is famous for its parks, cemeteries and backpackers, and the San Fernando Pavilion is renowned for its Japanese accommodation. It is a calm place if one goes to the back. The church has a very lively atmosphere. I was mesmerized by the appearance that the moist and refined, oozing of luxury. It was a wonderful church.
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  • A church that remains in oblivion, that façade with great ornamentation, those fluted columns, the sculptural group of the facade... all this despite the beautiful sample of Baroque possessing remains there... without maintenance... without restoration, it proves it the weed that grows in its bell tower... in its walls a real cause for indignation, is a sample of as lack of attention will affect every day a patrimonial heritage of great importance, nothing has served this letter which is a building of the 18th century. Finding myself in front I wonder do the splendor enjoyed when paraded by your Atrium... by its altar so many and so many illustrious and mighty characters on their way to the adjacent cemetery? Despite described before, the beauty of its architecture and ornamentation causes a good impression. Enjoy the city of Mexico and its great legacy because... life is... a journey!
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  • Historic Place in the Downtown area, I love to visit this area as it brings together everything I like about Mexico City; Good food, entertainment. This Parish is one of the most beautiful of all the city, attached by a museum-pantheon of San Fernando historical where every November make a tour the week of Dead great, unfortunately the earthquakes of 2017 structurally damaged the church. At the Moment the main access is closed, it is necessary to enter by the lateral accesses of the side of the axis of Guerrero.
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  • It Is Necessary to provide material and monetary aid for its early restoration
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