We shall be discussing about two places to visit in Guadalajara, Mexico today: Templo Expiatorio and Plaza Expiatorio.
The Temple is basically a Catholic Church. Foreman Feliciano and canon Pedro Romero were in charge of the project, the cornerstone of which was laid on the 15th of August 1897, and the interior columns were completed by the year 1911. Jesus Gomez carved the doors of the Temple that are made of Granadilla wood.
When you feel hungry, go to the Plaza Expiatorio. This is the ideal place in the locality to eat street food. The foods are extremely hygienic and the city of Guadalajara sponsors the food stands.