Members of Catholic religious orders that follow a body of regulations known as "The rule of St. Francis"
|Aqueduct of Padre Tembleque
|the Franciscan friars settled in Otumba in 1553 under their guardian Francisco de Tembleque, who committed to assist the community of Zempoala and pay 20 annual pesos in exchange for water to be transported to Otumba via an aqueduct (AB ev)
|Real Convento de San Pascual: founded by King Charles III of Spain as a Franciscan monastery and built from 1765 to 1770 (wiki)
|San Francisco church
|The site also includes Latin, Greek Orthodox, Franciscan and Armenian convents and churches....
|Former convent of San Francisco in Tepeji del Río - established in 1560 by the Franciscans (AB ev)
|Churches and Convents of Goa
|The Franciscan Order was the first to settle in Goa, obtaining in 1517 itself the permission of King Manuel I to build a convent. (wiki)
|Colonia del Sacramento
|The remains of a Franciscan monastery
|St. Francis church, St. Peter of Alcantra
|The Basilica di Santa Croce is the principal Franciscan church in Florence (wiki)
|Franciscan Missions in the Sierra Gorda
|Convento de la Concepción
|Monastery of San Francisco
|Held a Franciscan monastery for 300 friars
|Franciscan sisters’ complex (school, convent and Church of St. Anthony, built from 1933 onwards).
|Mexico City and Xochimilco
|The Iglesia y Ex-Convento de San Francisco, at Francisco I. Madero #7, was the most important monastic community in the city in all of Nueva España. Founded in 1525 (just 4 yrs. after the fall of Tenochtitlan), even in the XIX century, the Franciscan complex extended for more than 32.000 m2 (roughly the area currently bordered by the Francisco I. Madero, Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas, Gante and Venustiniano Carranza streets). As other monastic communities, the "Ley de Desamortización" signified its and almost all the complex was subsequently sold and demolished. Today, only an altered Church of San Francisco (from 1710, its main entrance was blocked) and the Capilla de la Balvanera (1766) remain.
|Monastery of Cimiez
|Old City of Acre
|St John Church
|Old City of Jerusalem
|Church of the Holy Sepulchre
|"The city is built around a Franciscan monastery; its church still exists" (AB evaluation)
|Old Town of Galle
|Remains of Franciscan chapel that was built in 1543
|Portovenere, Cinque Terre, and the Islands
|Capuchin monastery in Monterosso al Mare
|La Santa Cruz
|Monastery o San Fransico
|Salvador de Bahia
|Church and Convent of São Francisco
|San Antonio Missions
|founded by Franciscan missionaries
|San Marino and Mount Titano
|"Chiesa and Convento di San Francesco (Saint Francis' Church and Convent) - Both the church and the convent were built in 1361 by the Conventual Minors." (Nomination file, p. 30)
|Santa Ana de los Rios de Cuenca
|San Francisco Church
|The construction of the original Basilica of San Francesco was financed by the Franciscan Order.
|Spissky Hrad and Levoca
|Minorite Church in Levoca
|Stralsund and Wismar
|Franciscan monasteries at both Stralsund and Wismar
|San Francesco all'Immacolata
|São Francisco Square
|"The Franciscan complex is an example of the typical architecture of the religious order developed in north-eastern Brazil" (unesco website)
|The Convent of Saint Francis was founded by the Franciscan order and is now the convent of the Order of Friars Minor Conventual (a branch of the Franciscans). It is one of the main religious buildings of the city.
|Val di Noto
|St. Francis Church at Ragusa, Franciscan convent at Caltagirone
|Venice and its Lagoon
|Basilica dei Frari and San Francesco della Vigna
|Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont
|The historical hospital Santo Spirito at Nizza Monferrato used to be run by the Franciscans
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