Del Convento Street corner Progreso
Tzintzuntzan, Michoacán
In the Historical Center, the access is by the Crafts Market

About San Francisco Exconvent

Beginning at the end of the 16th century and ending in the early 17th century, this majestic convent still retains much of the original construction as the triumphal arch that separates the presbytery from the nave, the baptismal font or the open chapel. What stands out most is the Atrium of the Olives, which still contains olive trees of the time and say that 56 of them were brought from Spain by Don Vasco de Quiroga.