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Santa Prisca de Taxco

Plaza Borda, Taxco, Mexico
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This 18th-century church, built with funds provided by silver tycoon José de la Borda, is the centerpiece of the town's main square.
  • Excellent74%
  • Very good22%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
6 days ago
“Great place to get married”
2 weeks ago
“A must”
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Plaza Borda, Taxco, Mexico
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Was married there 35 years ago. A very special place for me and my wife. Great history and well maintained.

Thank Joe C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It is situated in the main square, it is a very beautiful baroque style cathedral. It is a catholic temple made of quarry stone (cantera) which is a pink stone extracted from mines in Mexico.

Thank Zariá I
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Was a very exited experience!!!!! Its a beatiful place in Guerrero, Mexico! You lost your mind and there is a very good food all the are nice and friendly! Recommended to go!

Thank Magda P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Went on day tour from Mexico City to Taxco. It included tour of the silver museum and Santa Prisco. Lunch had a great view. The included lunch was nice, but a little under seasoned for my taste. Santa Prisca was beautiful and very interesting. There...More

Thank Alvin K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This beautiful church is directly at the Zócalo. It is a lovely baroque church that I visited for the 2nd time. It was built between 1751 - 1758 by José de la Borda, who had made a fortune in the silver mines. It is built...More

Thank MochiMundo
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

I recommend getting a guide to talk you through all the art work. There are som controversial pieces such as a pregnant Virgin Mary without symbolic bow covering her belly which caused much hocus pocus that artist wasn't allowed to sign pieces... So in Belgian...More

Thank ciararivera
Reviewed 10 April 2017

This is one of the site that is a must while in Taxco. The cathedral is typical of the colonial era and well worth the time to explore. Some guides will offer their services but it is not necessary to enjoy the visit. We went...More

Thank Alain C
Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

Read the story of the cathedral before you go so that you can appreciate it when you arrive. For us at least, the crowds were so huge that it was difficult to hear any of the descriptions from local guides. The story and the architecture...More

Thank beeedell
Reviewed 24 March 2017

Beautifull colonial cathedral. All days open to public. Nice view over the city from the terrace on the right side of the church.

Thank 111MoN123
Reviewed 21 March 2017

Tall, narrow baroque style church built between 1751 and 1758. St Peter and St Paul on either side of door. Only find churches with two front towers in Catholic or parish churches. This is a parish church. Believe he called it St Prisca or St...More

Thank Ronald L
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