Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel, built in 1683, is a Neo-Gothic styled church in El Jardin, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. It was created by architect Zeferino Gutierrez, and it is the most recognized landmark in the city.
Its pink pinnacles are a prominent part of the city's skyline, which makes it a navigation tool for many tourists. It is said to change colors during the day because of the sun's movement and look like a beautifully lit castle at night.
The Parroquia houses the image of the Christ of the Conquest, which was created with orchid bulbs and cornstalks. In addition, the church has a neighboring park filled with cobblestone streets, restaurants and mariachis bands.Places nearby:
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The Mummies of Guanajuato: Natural Phenomenon 55 km / 34 mi
Parque Explora: Great for Science and Nature Buffs 97 km / 60 mi
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