In English it’s Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Church. In Spanish it’s called La Iglesia Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe. In any language it’s absolutely stunning. This structure is just a short walk from the Malecón. You won’t miss the turn — it’s at the end of the Malecón behind the park. That park is just a block beyond the Caballito de Mar (Little Sea Horse) statue that is the unofficial symbol for Puerto Vallarta.
You also can’t miss the crown that tops the church. It’s said to be based on the tiara worn by one of Emporer Maximillian’s mistresses.
And while the outside is indeed picture worthy, don’t think that’s all this church has to offer.
Step inside and make your toward the front for images of the altar and beautifully inlaid reredos.
Friday’s Fun Photos will bring to a conclusion our visit not only to Puerto Vallarta, but also our look at this ten-day journey into the Sea of Cortez aboard the Grand Princess. I hope you enjoyed the series.
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