The Expiatory Temple, León
The Expiatory Temple, León
The Expiatory Temple, León
The Expiatory Temple, León
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Madero esquina 13 de Septiembre
Centro, León
Madero esquina 13 de Septiembre
Centro
León, Guanajuato
Downtown
About The Expiatory Temple

Dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, its construction lasted more than 90 years beginning in 1921. With a neo-Gothic architecture, it is one of the largest representations of this style in the country. Its multiple stained glass windows, altars and catacombs are worth visiting. As a curious fact, his bell of more than two tons is not used to call mass and his granite floor was brought from Brazil.

About The Expiatory Temple

Dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, its construction lasted more than 90 years beginning in 1921. With a neo-Gothic architecture, it is one of the largest representations of this style in the country. Its multiple stained glass windows, altars and catacombs are worth visiting. As a curious fact, his bell of more than two tons is not used to call mass and his granite floor was brought from Brazil.

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