ImagesImages of Alamos, Sonora
A visual exploration of Alamos, Sonora
This magic colonial pueblo in Southern Sonora, Mexico has its own style and charm. Its colonial buildings and cobblestone streets beckon you to take a stroll to enjoy the beautiful architecture and unique ambiance.
Bookmark this page, because we will be adding individual photos and photo galleries taken in this magnificent place, the pueblo of Alamos, Sonora, Mexico.
The stately two-story red brick building just down the street from the (church) is the Palacio Municipal (municipal building) of Alamos. And although it is called the municipal building, it also houses offices for state and federal officials as well. After climbing...read more
When you are in Alamos, look to the west and you will see a famous and very popular tourist site on top of a hill. This popular lookout spot is known as El Mirador, and it is one of the most-visited places in Alamos, for good reason - its spectacular views of the...read more
The tallest building in Alamos, Sonora is its centuries-old temple, La Parroquía de Nuestra Señora de la Purísima Concepcíon. This beautiful church's external facade of adobe and burnt adobe, with its domed arches and buttresses, is a lovely symbol of the history and...read more
The iconic Alamos church La Parroquia de la Purísima Concepción, located on the Plaza de Armas, is the tallest building in Alamos and has been a spiritual and cultural center of the town since its dedication in 1826. As a place of worship in a region where silver...read more
There are many restored colonial-era mansions within walking distance of the town plaza in Alamos, providing lots of visual imagery for a casual stroll on the cobblestone streets around the area. These unique, historic buildings are a tangible modern-day connection to...read more