• Glorieta de la Minerva

    Glorieta La Minerva, Avenida Ignacio Luis Vallarta, Vallarta, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico .

    La Minerva is a representative monument of the city of Guadalajara, in the state of Jalisco , Mexico . The fountain is adorned with a statue of the Roman goddess Minerva ( Athena in Hellenic culture), the work of the sculptor Joaquín Arias. It is the second largest fountain in the city after the one found within the Mayor Park. The work was carried out during the period of Governor Agustín Yáñez, who commissioned the project to the architect Julio de la Peña, and it was inaugurated in 1956.

    It is one of the symbols par excellence of the Perla Tapatia next to the Guadalajara Cathedral, the Hospicio Cabañas, the Degollado Theater and the Guadalajara Arches.

  • Guadalajara Cathedral

    Guadalajara Cathedral, Avenida Fray Antonio Alcalde, Zona Centro, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico .

    The Guadalajara Cathedral or Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady (Spanish: Catedral de Guadalajara or Catedral de la Asunción de María Santísima), located in Guadalajara, Jalisco, is the Roman Catholic cathedral of the Archdiocese of Guadalajara and a minor basilica. It is built in the Spanish Renaissance style, except its Neo-gothic spires.

  • Teatro Degollado

    Teatro Degollado, Calle Degollado, Zona Centro, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico .

    Teatro Degollado (Spanish: [teˈatɾo ðeɣoˈʝaðo], Degollado Theater) is a neoclassical Mexican theater known for its diverse performances and artistic design. It is located in the central plaza of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico on Belen Street between Hidalgo Avenue and Morelos Avenue. Many performances (from cultural Mexican dances to international operas) take place in this building. Meant to be a monument of Guadalajara's culture, the theater was inaugurated in September 1866; breathing life to the city through its innovative artistic beauty.