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Jorge Chávez
Chief Editor

A fan of docuseries and a food lover who is always in search of coexisting with Mother Nature.

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Jalisco’s Magical Towns: Unique and Historic Church

By  Jorge Chávez
Jul. 27, 2022
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During the last printed editions of Vallarta Lifestyles, our editorial team has included some articles that shows the benefits, attractions and main activities to do at the magical towns found in Jalisco, where Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit residents can travel in an accessible way.

As a getaway to these places is a great experience, we have prepared a special series in which we will gradually show some of the characteristic features of these magical towns, as well as some curious facts.

In this first part, we share the representative churches of these places.

Enjoy them!

 

Our Lady of Guadalupe Church.

Tapalpa
Designated as Magical Town in 2002.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Church.

Saint James Church.

Tequila
Designated as Magical Town in 2003.

Saint James Church.

Saint Christopher Church.

Mazamitla
Designated as Magical Town in 2005.

Saint Christopher Church.

Saint Sebastian Church.

San Sebastián del Oeste
Designated as Magical Town in 2011.

Saint Sebastian Church.

Our Lady of the Assumption Church.

Lagos de Moreno
Designated as Magical Town in 2012.

Our Lady of the Assumption Church.

Our Lady of Sorrows Church.

Mascota
Designated as Magical Town in 2015.

Our Lady of Sorrows Church.

 

Our Lady of the Rosary of Talpa Church.

Talpa de Allende
Designated as Magical Town in 2015.

Our Lady of the Rosary of Talpa Church.

Saint Peter Tlaquepaque Church.

Tlaquepaque
Designated as Magical Town in 2018.

Saint Peter Tlaquepaque Church.

Saint Andrew the Apostle Church.

Ajijic
Designated as Magical Town in 2020.

Saint Andrew the Apostle Church.

Photo: Mexico Desconocido.

Jorge Chávez
Chief Editor

A fan of docuseries and a food lover who is always in search of coexisting with Mother Nature.

  jclovetronic

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