San Antonio Panzacola, Mexico City

San Antonio Panzacola is located in Mexico City. Make San Antonio Panzacola a centerpiece of your Mexico City vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Mexico City road trip planning tool .
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  • This small baroque chapel of the 17TH century that has been captured for history in an oil of 1861 by the Italian painter Eugenio Landesio, could admire it start my walk by the street Francisco Sosa, in Coyoacan. If you do a comparison with the paint you can notice the passing of time and how it has changed the environment and the careless who wears the bridge. The facade of the Temple of San Antonio has two detached columns and a central niche at the entrance which wears a sculpture of an angel, has two small bell towers and notice is located at its gate warns that it is in use for the cat creed ólico. Masses: Saturday and Sunday 08:30 AM. Monday 19:00 enjoy San Antonio Panzacola. LIFE... is a trip!
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  • The Church looks old (though, it seems, not older than most of the rest, just less neat and tidy), around very picturesque: Bridge, a river, a narrow paved Street. However, it is almost impossible to get inside: weekend mass takes place at 8:30 in the morning, during the week-7:30. During the rest of the Church is closed.
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