Iglesia de San Lucas

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One of the oldest remaining buildings in this coastal city, Iglesia de San Lucas dates back to 1730, when it was first constructed by a Spanish missionary. Its striking edifice on Plaza Amelia Wilkes has not seen too may changes over the years, its appearance remaining the same, leave a few minor renovations. The church offers a fascinating glimpse into the city's local culture, and attending mass is a great way to read the religious pulse here. Mass is typically conducted once on Saturday and thrice on Sunday, with most of the masses conducted in Spanish. The church's ancient avatar also means that there is no artificial cooling system here, and it can get quite stuffy inside.

Location:  Avenida Cabo San Lucas and Francisco Madero