Church of San Agustin
This church was constructed in 1604 and was finally completed n 1710. It is one of the most outstanding “earthquake baroque” structures in the country, where the primary concern was designing it as earthquake-proof.
The church’s most prominent feature is the buttress phalanx that just out perpendicularly from its sides to make the walls stronger against earthquake damage. In fact, it has the most massive buttresses compared with any church in the country.
Image source: M0N FEDERE MD/CC