Av. Hidalgo s/n, in Historic Downtown
Zacatecas, Zacatecas

About Zacatecas Cathedral

This place to visit is a very valuable representation of Mexican churrigueresque architecture, built by miners during the 17th century and undoubtedly the most representative religious work of the city acquiring the title of Cathedral in 1862.
The property is carved in the typical pink quarry of The area and its main facade has three bodies supported by a trio of columns with a cross as a finishing touch. In total there are 2,394 square meters of beauty.