Entrance and Southern Facade of Mexico City's Metropolitan Tabernacle
The southern facade of the Metropolitan Tabernacle features ornate depictions of the Eucharist with images of the Apostles, Church Fathers, saints who founded religious orders, martyrs as well as scenes from the Bible. Adjacent to the Metropolitan Catheral, facing the Zocalo, the Metropolitan Tabernacle (Spanish: Sagrario Metropolitana) was built by Lorenzo Rodríguez in the Baroque style between 1749 and 1760. It was designed to to house the archives and vestments of the archbishop. It also functioned and continues to function as a place to receive Eucharist and register parishioners.
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