Plaza de Armas (Main Square)
About Plaza de Armas (Main Square)
Since its construction in the XIXth century, it seems frozen in time, surrounded by towering arches, alleys and cobbled paths, balconies and rest areas that transport us to the past. It is punctuated by tall Washingtonia palms and a shrine wrought iron stand Moorish style central kiosk and around the parish of the Immaculate Conception, classical and baroque style, the most representative symbol of the town is located.
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Museum of Sonoran History and Culture
María Félix House Museum
Also we tell you were to eat in Álamos
Teresitas Pandería y Bistro