Completed in 1633, the church of San Antonio de Los Alemanes is a breathtaking example of Baroque architecture that is located in the city's central district. The church was built by Institution of San Antonio of the Portuguese and many of the church's frescoes depict Portuguese saints. The dome and walls of the interior church are frescoed with luxurious paintings. In fact, the beauty of the paintings makes this a must-visit stop for art lovers. The entire ceiling and wall spaces are covered with art work. You'll be captivated by the lovely interior.
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