It in this place was located the building that for 140 years was the Convent of the Augustinian Nuns, founded in 1719 and which was emptied in 1860; such building was demolished in 1890. The...

This park is located on lands that until 1935, used to be part of the This park is located on lands that until 1935, used to be part of the Escobedo Penitentiary. The bronze statues of Francisco I...

This building corresponds to the Jesuit school of Santo Tomás de Aquino, founded in 1591. When the Jesuits were thrown out from the New Spain by orders of Charles III, the headquarters of the...

Our city saw the development of three illustrious "Jaliscienses": Jesus López Portillo y Serrano, Jesús López Portillo y Rojas and José López Portillo y Weber. The project and construction of this...

In 1561 Phillip II, King of Spain, gave the order to build it, and it was dedicated to the Virgin of Assumption in 1618 and consecrated on October 12, 1716; since then it has gone through many...

It was originally a XVIth century convent. The façade is baroque style, the tower illustrates the miter of San Agustín and inside it has very plain ornaments. Its altar is neo-plateresque style...

This bronze sculpture of two rampant lions posing victoriously with their paws on an oak tree is Guadalajara's coat of arms. Next to it two six-meters plaques display the decree by King Charles I...

In this place the first town halls where build, official residence of the very illustrious City Council until December 1560 rose. Today it houses the Courts of Civil and Family, worthy of being...

Annex to the Cathedral, this building has a quarry facade in two levels; the first one has three rectangular windows with a special frame, the second has a gallery with a semicircular arch on the...

The cornerstone was laid on August 15, 1897 and the building opened for religious ceremonies on January 6, 1931. Of Neo-Gothic style (Italian exterior and French interior), shows an impressive...

The ancient convent, one of the richest in the city was destroyed, as the Santo Domingo church was also destroyed. There are only a small chapel and a small part of the convent left. The convent...

It is a monumental sculpture formed by 5 wrought pieces in bronze and built by hand. The central figure measures 25 meters high and the allegories 6 meters high; each one weighs 23 tons. It is a...

Free show where the fountains look like fantasy, they dance to the pace of the music and at night their color changes.

The Government Palace now has a museum inside, where you can learn about the history of our country, besides they will show you its architectural richness as well as the magnificent murals by...

This hospital is one of the many goals achieved by Bishop Fray Antonio Alcalde. It used to be part of the complex that included the Belen Cemetery and the nearest church, but it was separated from...

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