Today’s adventure started with a tweet from Padre Uvi, the priest at Santo Tomás Xochimilco in Oaxaca de Juárez:
— Wilfrido Mayrén (@PadreUVI) July 17, 2013
My response: ‘voy’
And I took these photos:
I should add a few notes: the atrium of the church is where the Friday/Saturday Tianguis Pochote Xochimilco is held.
The church – or temple – is one of the oldest structures in Oaxaca.
The trees that have been planted on the sides of the atrium are called maquiles and each branch has five leaves.