Iglesia de San Jacinto

Iglesia de San Jacinto

With its tranquil tree-lined garden, this lovely, peach-colored church sits in the heart of San Angel and was built by Dominican priests in the 16th and 17th centuries. Check out the stone cross in the garden, which mixes catholic and pagan elements, and then step inside for a look at its impressive retablo, made in ornate churrigueresco style.

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