Much of the church remains intact. Its plain facade is capped by a triangular pediment and flanked by a still elegant triple tier bell tower.
A domed crossing rises above the nave, whose stained interior walls bear traces of former murals, although their subjects are now undecipherable.
Please visit our other posts on Mexican drowned churches: Jalapa del Marqués; San Juan de Las Peras; Quechula; Santo Tomás de los Platanos; San Antonio de Padilla; Taxhimay; Zangarro/Churumuco;
text © 2019 Richard D. Perry. images by Niccolo Brooker and from online sources