Puebla Cathedra, Puebla

#2 of 17 in Historic Sites in Puebla
Must see · Church · Tourist Spot
Overlooking the main square in the World Heritage-listed Puebla, Puebla Cathedra dominates its surroundings. Although construction of this church began as early as 1575, the structure wasn't completely finished until the late 17th century. Admire the imposing structure, known for its two uneven towers, the tallest in Mexico. Boasting a mix of Renaissance and Baroque styles, the church features fourteen lavishly decorated chapels. Use our Puebla travel route planner to visit Puebla Cathedra on your trip to Puebla, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • The Cathedral of Puebla de los Angeles is an architectural masterpiece and can be placed at para (or better) with the alike masterpieces in Spain, France, and the rest of Europe. Definitely, one the.....  more »
  • Most of the Cathedrals and churches are beautiful and this one is no different. Many churches are closed but this one was open, social distancing, pews blocked off, X's on the open ones to keep your.....  more »
  • Simply amazing. Love the purple color on the façade and all golden details on the inside. Nice to visit on a Sunday afternoon while all vendors and city life are happening.
  • Possibly the best maintained historical church south of Mexico City. Well worth a visit to see. Or, better yet to attend a Mass!

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