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    Cathedral of St. Francis of AssisiCathedral of St. Francis of Assisi Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico
    The Metropolitan Cathedral Church of the Holy Cross, Our Lady of Regla and St. Francis of Assisi is the prominent ecclesiastical church in the city of Chihuahua, Mexico and believed to be the best example of colonial architecture in northern Mexico, constructed in 1725, and located in the Plaza de Armas, designed in the Spanish baroque style in the form of a Latin cross, with a dome sitting above the cross. The facade contains solomonic columns that hadn't been used too much in the new world, with an octagonal window that came from Germany and is an excellent example of the glassmakers art skills. The facade also contains beautiful monuments that celebrate the twelve apostles, with clock above, and crowned with a sculpture of an angel that would be added in the 19th century. As you can see from the image to the right, it is an exquisite architectural delight, with numerous beautifully carved images and designs that showcase this magnificent cathedral that sits in the city of Chihuahua.

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    Quinta GamerosQuinta Gameros Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico
    this magnificent mansion would be constructed by rich mine owner, Don Manuel Gameros, for his fiancé, Eliza Muller, in Chihuahua, Mexico, but when it was finished in 1910, and also when he intended to give it to her as a wedding present, he had passed on. It was probably just as well since the Mexican Revolution started that same year, and the Gameros family would flee the city. In 1913, it would become the headquarters and offices of the famed Francisco (Poncho) Villa, and later a residence for Venustian Carranza. After the revolution ended, the descendants of Gameros would return to their home, and live there until the Mexican government took control of it, and turned over to the state university that began using it for classrooms and in 1958, it would be converted into a museum, restored to its pristine condition of the early 20th century, with exquisite period furniture and furnishings.

January 4, 2014