Temple of Saint Joseph

Templo de San José

Admire this stylized neo-gothic building on the inside, and its architectural singularity on the outside.

This church was built between 1896 and 1914, in the place where the Hospital de Indios de la Limpia Concepción (Pure Conception Indigenous Hospital) once stood. Besides its gothic and Mudejar atmosphere, it also has a white cupula in its center and two brick towers. A sensation of calm filters through its stained-glass windows and the image of Saint Joseph on the main altar fills the space.





Templo De San José, Centro, Nochistlán de Mejía, Zacatecas, México

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