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The Santa Veracruz Church in the historic center of Mexico City is one of the oldest religious establishments in Mexico City and was the third most important church in the area in the 16th century. It was established by a religious brotherhood founded by Hernán Cortés. The church is located on the east side of the Plaza of Santa Veracruz, between 2 de Abril and Valeriano Trijillo Streets facing Hidalgo Street and the Alameda Central .

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  • Iglesia de la Santa Veracruz (Ciudad de México)
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  • La Iglesia de Santa Veracruz, en el centro histórico de la Ciudad de México, es una de las más antiguas instituciones religiosas en la Ciudad de México. Fue establecida por una hermandad religiosa fundada por Hernán Cortés. La iglesia parroquial fue construida originalmente en 1568, pero este edificio fue sustituido en el siglo XVIII por el que subsiste hasta el día de hoy. La mayoría de su decoración interior ha sido modificada, pero sigue siendo el hogar de dos imágenes importantes: el Cristo de los Siete Velos y la Virgen de los Remedios.
  • The Santa Veracruz Church in the historic center of Mexico City is one of the oldest religious establishments in Mexico City and was the third most important church in the area in the 16th century. It was established by a religious brotherhood founded by Hernán Cortés. The church is located on the east side of the Plaza of Santa Veracruz, between 2 de Abril and Valeriano Trijillo Streets facing Hidalgo Street and the Alameda Central .
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  • La Iglesia de Santa Veracruz, en el centro histórico de la Ciudad de México, es una de las más antiguas instituciones religiosas en la Ciudad de México. Fue establecida por una hermandad religiosa fundada por Hernán Cortés. La iglesia parroquial fue construida originalmente en 1568, pero este edificio fue sustituido en el siglo XVIII por el que subsiste hasta el día de hoy. La mayoría de su decoración interior ha sido modificada, pero sigue siendo el hogar de dos imágenes importantes: el Cristo de los Siete Velos y la Virgen de los Remedios. La iglesia está ubicada en el lado este de la Plaza de la Santa Veracruz, sobre la avenida Hidalgo, con una ubicación privilegiada respecto a la Alameda Central.
  • The Santa Veracruz Church in the historic center of Mexico City is one of the oldest religious establishments in Mexico City and was the third most important church in the area in the 16th century. It was established by a religious brotherhood founded by Hernán Cortés. The parish church was originally built in 1586, but this building was replaced in the 18th century to the one standing today. The former monastery building and hospital now house the Franz Mayer Museum, but the church still maintains its original function. Most of its interior decorations are gone, but it is still home to two important images, the Christ of the Seven Veils and the Virgin of the Remedies (also called La Gachupina). The church is located on the east side of the Plaza of Santa Veracruz, between 2 de Abril and Valeriano Trijillo Streets facing Hidalgo Street and the Alameda Central .
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