San Diego Church and The Studens´Garden
City of Aguascalientes
The church’s baroque style highlights its beauty and grandeur.
Visit the catacombs where the remains of Father Friar José Sainz are kept in the lower part of the niche. You will need a guide and permission from the friars.
Corner of Rivero Gutiérrez and Juárez Street, Downtown
Monday to Sunday: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Templo de San Diego y Jardín del Estudiante
Be prepared for a mysterious but enriching tour.
The baroque San Diego Church was inaugurated on the seventh of January 1647, becoming the largest church of the period.
In the interior there are images allusive to the Marian mystery and litany, while the Niche of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception is to be found by the high altar.
Just outside the church is the Students’ Garden, making reference to nearby buildings of the Aguascalientes Autonomous University.