The San Agustin Ex-Convent, Pátzcuaro
The San Agustin Ex-Convent, Pátzcuaro
The San Agustin Ex-Convent, Pátzcuaro
The San Agustin Ex-Convent, Pátzcuaro
The San Agustin Ex-Convent, Pátzcuaro
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Pedro Lloreda s/n
Centro, Pátzcuaro
Pedro Lloreda s/n
Centro
Pátzcuaro, Michoacán
opposite the Gertrudis Bocanegra Square
Open through Monday to Friday 9 am to 7 pm Saturday 9 am to 2 pm. Closed on Sundays
About The San Agustin Ex-Convent

This convent was built in 1576 and its temple is now used as a public library, making its distribution of books and tables very peculiar. It preserves a famous fresco elaborated by Juan O'Gorman that tells the story of Michoacán, including images of indigenous people, conquerors and Don Vasco de Quiroga. It is truly a beautiful construction with a lot of history.

About The San Agustin Ex-Convent

This convent was built in 1576 and its temple is now used as a public library, making its distribution of books and tables very peculiar. It preserves a famous fresco elaborated by Juan O'Gorman that tells the story of Michoacán, including images of indigenous people, conquerors and Don Vasco de Quiroga. It is truly a beautiful construction with a lot of history.

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