Sunday, 03 November 2013 17:15

The Capilla at Plaza del Cerro - Chimayo, NM

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This Capilla (Chapel) was built on the west side of the Plaza del Cerro in the early 1700s, 100 years before the Santuario was constructed.  It is an exquisite example of a Colonial New Mexico church.

This is a Holy place.  My first thought when I walked in was "Wow!  How many people worshiped and professed their faith here during the past 300 years?  Thousands, I'm sure."  Muchisimas gracias to Chimayo for preserving it.

Photo by Mike Lord

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Mike Lord

4th generation Santa Fe Gringo.

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  • Comment Link ed Saiz Wednesday, 06 November 2013 05:33 posted by ed Saiz

    Mike; Very, very nice and a good picture; all I can add is,
    "Amen Brother"

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