One of the most beautiful temples in Puebla
The Church of Solitude, built in the s. XVII-XVIII, is a magnificent sample of the Puebla baroque. Its black and white tile dome, two colors that belong to the symbolism of the Virgin Mary, is one of the most beautiful and portrayed in the city.
Inside there are extraordinary churrigueresque altarpieces and oils by Magón and Salazar. The main altar is in a neoclassical style, while the pulpit is made of Tecali alabaster; it is attributed to José Medina, the same stonemason who made the altar of the Kings of the Cathedral.