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Capilla del Rosario, Santo Domingo

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Nallely
Nallely
February 3, 2020
The Chapel of the Virgen del Rosario is the chapel attached to the Church of Santo Domingo in the city of Puebla, Puebla, Mexico. Work of the 17th century, summit of the New Spanish Baroque, was described in its time as the Eighth Wonder of the World by Friar Diego de Gorozpe, in a print of 1690,…
Hostal Azul Puebla
Hostal Azul Puebla
March 23, 2020
De gran valor arquitectónico, histórico y espiritual
Monserrath
Monserrath
March 13, 2020
Considerada en su moomento como la octava marivilla del mundo y no es para menos, cuenta con una gran cantidad de angeles, cubierta por yeseria sobredorada y toda la ornamentacion se hizo a base de harina, clara de huevo y agua y los mas importante es que toda la capilla esta recubierta por laminas…
Gabriela
Gabriela
February 19, 2020
Es una sorprendente obra barroca del siglo XVII, considerada como la octava maravilla del mundo, antes conocida como la casa de Oro. Se encuentra a 10 minutos en coche y a veinte minutos caminando de la Casa Blanca, y tiene un horario de 11 AM a 9 PM.
Rebeca
Rebeca
December 8, 2019
Capilla del Rosario (capilla de la Virgen del Rosario) obra del siglo XVII, cumbre del barroco novohispano, es la capilla anexa al Templo de Santo Domingo en la ciudad mexicana de Puebla. Iglesia de Santo Domingo fue construida en 1611 y en 1650 el monje Juan de Cuenca decidió construir una capilla…

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