Cathedral in Aguascalientes

The well-restored 18th-century baroque cathedral, on the plaza's west side, is more magnificent inside than out. Over the altar at the east end of the south aisle is a painting of the Virgin of Guadalupe by Miguel Cabrera. There are more works by Cabrera, colonial Mexico's finest artist, in the cathedral's pinacoteca (picture gallery), which is open at Easter only, though if you ask a priest, he might let you in.