This enclosure is an architectural complex that has in its interior the Community Museum, the Temple of San Francisco, the Temple of the Virgin of Solitude and the open Chapel. It was the first convent founded in Michoacán, between the 16th and 17th centuries. The architecture stands out for its plateresque and baroque style, as well as the Muslim influence.

Inside the place is a garden known as The atrium of the olive trees, because here you can find 56 of these trees that, according to tradition, were brought from Spain and planted by the same Tata Vasco.


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Exconvento de Santa Ana y Capilla Abierta Tzintzuntzan, Michoacán, México.


19.626054947293, -101.57945458837

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