The House of the Vicereine

The House of the Vicereine (HM2FI9)

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N 22° 9.128', W 100° 58.59'

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 Casa de la Virreina.Barroco. S. XVII.Casa habitación. Casa mas antigua de la ciudad. Data de 1736. Francisca de la Gandara salió de ella para casarse con Félix Ma. Calleja. Mas tarde Virrey de la Nueva España, de ahí tomo su nombre. La fachada fue recubierta con cantera en 1948. El interior conserva su estructura original. Quedan íntegros el patio y el arco de acceso trilobulado. Diciembre 2001English translation:
House of the Vicereine.Baroque. 17th century. Residential housing. The oldest house in the city, it dates from 1736. Francisca de la Gándara left here to marry Félix María Calleja, later Viceroy of New Spain, from where it takes its name. The facade was covered with quarried stone in 1948. The interior retains its original structure. The courtyard and the tri-lobed access arch remain intact. December 2001
HM NumberHM2FI9
Year Placed2001
Placed ByConsejo Consultivo del Centro Histórico
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Date Added Wednesday, April 10th, 2019 at 11:04am PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)14Q E 296173 N 2450992
Decimal Degrees22.15213333, -100.97650000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 22° 9.128', W 100° 58.59'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds22° 9' 7.68" N, 100° 58' 35.4" W
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