FORMER CONVENT AND CHURCH DEL CARMEN.
This used to be San Ángel’s most important economic and religious center. Its total area expanded until the now called Chimalistac. Brother Andrés de San Miguel started its construction in 1615 and finished it in 1626. Its Architecture is clearly influenced by Baroque and Churrigueresque styles. The former convent stands out for its simplicity, sensibility and isolation. Its size and elements draw a lot of attention, which is typical of Carmelite constructions. Its attic displays mummies, most of them that belong to the congregation because the members of the religious order are in the rosary.
Schedule: From Tuesday through Sunday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Admission is free.