This is the most attractive church in Oaxaca, in my opinion. And the former monastery now contains an excellent museum. Julie and I love Oaxaca and collect Oaxacan art, but we have not been back there in about 10 years.
Oh wow, this is unreal -terrific series!! I can't believe the ceiling detail- glad you included it!(btw)Thanks for the thoughts..ya, thankfully we were spared of this disaster. Feel bad for Chili huh-Have a great day JM-My best, Regina-
JMand i always enjoy the consistent perfection of yours.....cheers~laura
How beautiful this is Jose. I am pleased to read that it has been turned into a museum. They do not build them like this anymore and it is still, at least to my mind, some of the finest architecture around. They should not be abandoned. Love the ceiling on this one.
Beautiful shots. The details in the ceiling are wonderful.
I did a satire using Oaxaca as a starting point one time...isn't that where they had a lot of protests against various governmental leaders?These are beautiful shots of some beautiful buildings. That ceiling is something else!
That ceiling is weird and amazing in equal measures!!
Very rich details! I like monasteries, one of my preferred is Jeronimos in Belem, Lisbon.God bless you!Cezar
What a ceiling – I have never seen one like it. Thanks you for posting it. Your pictures are so varied and beautiful - it’s a great enjoyment for the eyes.
Did you hear me gasp when the ceiling photo came into view?!
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