Right next to the Plaza de Armas (Main Square)
Chihuahua, Chihuahua

About The Cathedral

With a construction that lasted almost a century, it is the greatest architectural jewel of Chihuahua. Its towers are so identical, that views from the side seem to have only one. The facade is one of the best examples of the American baroque. Inside you can see the two major altars and their monumental organ and do not miss to admire a niche in the form of a cross that houses the image of the Christ of Mapimí.