We explored the old section of town enjoying the colonial Spanish architecture.
This building houses the University offices
A very stylized statue.
Nice hand carved door. The thespian masks make me think it leads to a theater.
Many street are pedestrian only.
Watch out for the Dog men's store. There were also children's and women's stores.
In 1870 the Spanish completed San Luis potosi Cathedral and the left tower. The right tower was completed in the 1900s.
A wedding is in progress
Great Chicken Mole for lunch
Me with the bird man. I don't know the significance of the statue.
The Capilla de Aranzaau
And another wedding.
During the struggle for independence in 1810, this convent behind the church was used either by public officials as a place of refuge, or by clashing factions for their barracks.
The rear window is magnificent.