Not far from Mexico City, the town of Dolores Hidalgo, Guanaguato is known as the center of the first Mexican Revolution. Father Miguel Hidalgo, priest of this little parish, stood in front of his flock and delivered what is still remembered as his passionate grito that helped ignite the spark that led to the independence of Mexico from its Spanish overlords.
This beautiful church, with baroque walnut altarpieces and beautiful architecture, is still an active parish. In addition to the church itself, there is a small museum that describes the history of the church as a center of Mexican independence.
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