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Expiatory Temple (Templo Expiatorio) is w. of the historic center, bounded by Av. López Cotilla, Calle Madero, Av. Enrique Díaz de León and Av. Escorza. This massive structure covers a city block. One balcony of the Gothic-style church, built at the turn of the 20th century, features mechanical representations of the 12 Apostles who make an appearance, accompanied by a carillon playing classical music, three times daily (9 a.m., noon and 6 p.m.). The clockwork figures can be viewed from the square in front of the church.

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