Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de la Caridad, Huamantla

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  • This convent has a very beautiful church for the public with a mix of ethnicity and baroque style , the main altar its done with stone of several colors. The entry was decorated with the Tlaxcala...  more »
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  • Place where the Patron a" is located: Virgin of Charity, sawdust carpets and carpets of flowers are made during the feast so that the virgin can pass on the shoulders of her faithful. The main attraction is the monumental carpets and rugs that are made to thank the health, crops in abundance and prosperity. The carpets are full of religious motifs, these are made with different types; flowers, seeds, seasonal fruits, metals, glass and more. The price of these works is around fifty thousand pesos. The mats combine geometric shapes inspired by flowers and birds, on them the procession takes place more than twelve hours in their elaboration, so it is the night that no one sleeps since everyone participates in the elaboration until finishing several meters.
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  • The ephemeral art and the permanent tradition. I loved not sleeping and walking in the procession watching the rugs enjoying a night when there are counts, castles, music and everything that makes you feel huamantleco even if you are not. You go through and it smells like food for coffee, bread, chiles in nogada ufff a few chalupas wow of everything there is in this party. This beautiful feast is on the night of August 14, the Mass is at 12 p.m. and the procession begins 1:30 a.m. and ends at 7 am on the 15th. Wear comfortable sneakers, jacket, raincoat or umbrella, lots of battery on your cell phone to take a photo of all the mats and want to know one of the most beautiful traditions of this country. 😄😄😄😄😚
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