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The church of San Gervacio is in the center of the city on the south side of the main square, it replaces the one that was erected in 1545 by father Francisco Hernandez, the facade of which looked towards the west as the generality of the temples in the yucatan to the colonial era.

To the sides of the central body of the façade rise two square towers composed of three bodies: on the main façade is a clock of the NINETEENTH century, being the only public of the city. In the exterior you find the atrium and annex, has a surface area of 6,658 m2.

Verde Morada