The Rectory and Sanctuary of Guadalupe

The Rectory and Sanctuary of Guadalupe (HM26P0)

Location: Salamanca, Guanajuato 36700 Salamanca
Country: Mexico

N 20° 34.15', W 101° 11.751'

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Rectoría y Santuario de GuadalupeOriginalmente fue fundado en los albores del siglo XVIII, en lo que se conoció antes como la capilla de San Juan Nepomuceno y ésta a su vez, fue fundada en el siglo XVII por los jesuitas, que permanecieron efímeramente en la entonces Villa de Salamanca. La edificación del Santuario es de piedra sólida de calicanto, su fachada es de cantera estilo neoclásica, siendo originalmente su torre de un solo cuerpo. El capitán Cayetano Martínez, español mandó fabricar el segundo cuerpo de la torre y su remate piramidal con cruz de hierro, de 1854 a 1855, trabajo encargado al albañil don Alejo Nava, así como la fachada y la portada del muro del atrio, diseñando también en estilo neoclásico el altar mayor. El capellán Pbro. D. Toribio Muñiz, en el año de 1893 reconstruyó de nuevo el altar mayor, el cual tiene ciertas reminiscencias del altar mayor de la Basilica Nacional de Guadalupe de la Ciudad de México; reconstruyó la sacristía y en al año de 1907 agregó cuatro cámaras pequeñas que ahora tienen el templo y decoraron las paredes en 1908. La pintura enmarcada al óleo sobre un lienzo encuentra dedicada a la Sma. Virgen de Guadalupe, y está ubicada al centro del altar mayor, la cual data del año de 1791.El cura de Dolores, Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, en su paso histórico



por la entonces Villa de Salamanca, el 24 de septiembre de 1810, realizó una visita a este Santuario de Guadalupe. La puerta de herrería del atrio fue fabricada e instalada en el año de 1910. Previo a los festejos a la Virgen de Guadalupe, los cuales se celebran el 12 de Diciembre, se suele rezar un oncenaario con tres rosarios por la tarde, en este recinto religioso guadalupano, al que acuden tradicionalmente y en gran numero familias de salmantinos con sus niños y niñas, jóvenes y señoritas ataviados con su vestuario de inditos(as).
English:Stewardship and Sanctuary of GuadalupeIt was originally founded in the early eighteenth century, in what was known before as the chapel of San Juan Nepomuceno and this in turn was founded in the seventeenth century by the Jesuits, who remained fleetingly in then Villa de Salamanca. The buildind of the Sanctuary is solid stone masonry, its facade is neoclassical style quarry, its tower originally being only one body. Captain Cayetano Martínez, spaniard, start building the second body of the tower and its piramidal top with an iron cross. From 1854 to 1855, commissioned this work to bricklayer Don Alejo Nava, as well as the façade and the cover of the wall of the court, designing also in neoclassical style altar. The chaplain Pbro. D. Toribio Muniz, in the year 1893 again rebuilt



the main altar, which has reminiscences of the main altar of the National Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City; he built the sacristy and in the year of 1907 added four small chambers that now has the temple and decorating the walls in 1908. Framed oil paint on canvas, it is decorated to the Holy Virgin of Guadalupe, and is located at the center of the main altar, which date from 1791. The priest of Dolores Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, in its historical step by the then Villa de Salamanca, on September 24, 1810, paid a visit to the Shrine of Guadalupe. The door of the atrium made by blacksmith was manufactured and installed in 1910. Prior to the celebrations of the Virgin of Guadalupe, which is celebrated on December 12, is generally say during eleven days, three rosaries in the afternoon, in this Guadalupe's religious grounds, which traditionally come and many families of salmantinos with their children, young or young ladies dressed in their native costumes.
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HM NumberHM26P0
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Date Added Monday, April 9th, 2018 at 7:01pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)14Q E 271096 N 2276008
Decimal Degrees20.56916667, -101.19585000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 20° 34.15', W 101° 11.751'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds20° 34' 8.9999999999999" N, 101° 11' 45.06" W
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Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling West
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 307 Calle Miguel Hidalgo, Salamanca Guanajuato 36700, MX
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