Details of San Francisco El Grande Church

Details of San Francisco El Grande Church

Without a doubt Iglesia de San Francisco El Grande is one of my favorite churches to photograph. There’s always so much going on there and the fact that inside this temple you can find the remains of Santo Hermano Pedro de Betancourt makes it even more interesting for people to visit. I also like the architectonic complex

Here are some additional pages with information about San Francisco El Grande church, take a look at them and then share with us which one was your favorite photo or page.

Server issues aside:

I am sorry about the delays and having missed the daily post promise. I had to changed servers and the migration was not as smooth as I had wished. I ended up losing two days of posts, and having to wait three days for the DNS servers to update the new server address. Furthermore, I have been having issues with time outs and out of memory errors that prevent me posting in a daily manner. Please, be patient, I am already working hard to resolve all these technological issues. Things should normalize pretty soon.

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  • Eric

    Ah, the ‘server’ issue explains a lot…I thought you had taken a last-minute vacation.  No worries, Rudy.  Your fotos and posts more than make up for the missing days.
    Thanks for more San Francisco el Grande, too.  I also love this place.  My friends’ hotel is close; I wake up to the 6a.m. bells from Iglesia San Francisco whenever I stay there (you can’t really sleep through the sound, can you?).  If I were taking this foto, I’d probably walk to my right and see what’s new in Casa de los Gigantes, then maybe walk past the stations of the cross and visit the statue and home of Hermano Pedro, then relax in the park, and hope the tortilla ladies were nearby.  I am a little ‘homesick’ for my second home, no ?

  • Eric

    Ah, the ‘server’ issue explains a lot…I thought you had taken a last-minute vacation.  No worries, Rudy.  Your fotos and posts more than make up for the missing days.
    Thanks for more San Francisco el Grande, too.  I also love this place.  My friends’ hotel is close; I wake up to the 6a.m. bells from Iglesia San Francisco whenever I stay there (you can’t really sleep through the sound, can you?).  If I were taking this foto, I’d probably walk to my right and see what’s new in Casa de los Gigantes, then maybe walk past the stations of the cross and visit the statue and home of Hermano Pedro, then relax in the park, and hope the tortilla ladies were nearby.  I am a little ‘homesick’ for my second home, no ?

  • Eric

    Ah, the ‘server’ issue explains a lot…I thought you had taken a last-minute vacation.  No worries, Rudy.  Your fotos and posts more than make up for the missing days.
    Thanks for more San Francisco el Grande, too.  I also love this place.  My friends’ hotel is close; I wake up to the 6a.m. bells from Iglesia San Francisco whenever I stay there (you can’t really sleep through the sound, can you?).  If I were taking this foto, I’d probably walk to my right and see what’s new in Casa de los Gigantes, then maybe walk past the stations of the cross and visit the statue and home of Hermano Pedro, then relax in the park, and hope the tortilla ladies were nearby.  I am a little ‘homesick’ for my second home, no ?