Simply Beautiful. Right downtown. Services are open to all (as far as I know). The choir sounded amazing.
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Very impressive old Cathedral with an interesting history. The architecture is stunning as well as historical. The Cathedral and the plaza are excellently maintained. The local bakery across the street was a great find as was the ice cream vendor right outside the plaza. Also,...More
This Cathedral was only a short distance from our boat and it was so worth the walk. Seeing all of the beautiful architecture was incredible. One thing I found very interesting was seeing all of the locals inside praying. I have read that Mazatlan is...More
If you enjoy old architecture then this is a must see. The Cathedral and surrounding plaza are immaculately maintained. Excellent large stained glass windows dominate, and look for the one with the star of David - testament to the Jewish community that helped fund the...More
The Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (Catedral Basílica de la Inmaculada Concepción). The Mazatlán Cathedral Is the main religious building in the city of Mazatlan that is constructed in the Baroque style of Sinaloa, Mexico. The Cathedral is in the historic district of the...More
This church was open and in good repair. Very interesting to see a bit of Catholic history in Mexico dating back to 1795. They had a huge life-size nativity scene in front on the town square. complete with a horse, camel and elephant.
I am awed by this Cathedral and surrounding plaza! This is a big part of Mexican culture and religous belief! Bring your camera and enjoy this beautiful place!
The Cathedral is a striking piece of architecture, but it has an element I have never seen in a Christian edifice. The Jewish community of Mazatlan provided funds to finish the cathedral. As a condition/thank you, the cathedral has 20 upper windows to mark the...More