The temple of Saint Anthony of Padua is a monument located in historic centre of Aguascalientes City in the state of the same name constructed by the self-taught architect Refugio Reyes Rivas. Its construction began in 1985 and ended in 1908. Its construction was mandated by the Order of Saint Francis, but it is currently managed by the Order of Saint Augustine.
It is said to be unique because of its eclectic architecture since it contains differing styles such as gothic, neoclassical, Islamic, Russian, and Baroque, among others.The temple and surrounding streets were renovated at the end of 2008 for the one hundred year anniversary of its construction.
Address 252 Calle Coronel Pedro Parga, Aguascalientes 20000, Mexico
Coordinates 21°53'8.146" N -102°17'30.691" E