La Catedral Metropolitana de la Asunción de María (Ciudad de México). It is the largest cathedral in the Americas and seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico. The cathedral was built in sections from 1573 to 1813 around the original church that was constructed soon after the Spanish conquest of Tenochtitlán, eventually replacing it entirely.
In 1943 the earth gobbled up the little Mexican towns of San Juan Parangaricutiro and San Salvador Paricutin. It began with dense ash-fall, deep tremors, and a slow tide of magma that progressed at three meters an hour.
Fiesta Park would be themed to celebrations around the world. The entrance would be the mexican themed "Plaza de Fiesta", other areas would be "Chinese New Year", "Mardi-Gras", "Oktoberfest", and "County Fair".
This photo shows another view or perspective of the Metropolitan Cathedral in the historic centre of Mexico City, Mexico. I was en route to visit another attraction I did not visit in previous visits - Templo Mayor.
on Sacred Destinations. Begun in and consecrated in Puebla Cathedral is the second largest in Mexico. It has a fairly austere exterior, but the spacious interior includes 14 chapels and an interesting octagonal altar.