Capilla Pequena

Tlaquepaque Chapel Side ElementsIn Sedona, Arizona.

The private chapel at the Tlaquepaque marketplace.   A pretty tiny place (holds a max of 45 people), it’s got a lot of charm in a small space.  And a really cool stained glass window.  Basically, it’s only used for as a space to rent for weddings.  Looks old but it’s not.

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  1. […] At one of the entrances to Tlaquepaque (tah lah kee pah kee), an “arts and crafts village” in Uptown Sedona.  It’s really more of a shopping plaza with many high end art galleries, boutiques, jewelry stores, and restaurants.  But it’s done in a very cool architectural way with features like arches, fountains, and small plazas.  Even if you don’t buy anything, it’s a nice way to spend some time and grab a bite as you stroll through.  There’s even a photogenic little chapel. […]

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