It takes its name from the church that covers one side of the square. Most of the visitors will remember the Botero sculpture in front of the church, a naked lady in horizontal position with one arm behind her head. The church has a beautiful soft yellow-orange colour that reminds me the churches of Mexican colonial cities, they look as if less darker than the ones in Europe. I go inside and spend some time to enjoy the details of this beautiful architecture. The yellow white corridors, the white marble altar, a woman on her knees in front of the Virgin Mary, the Jesus Christ sculpture is again surprisingly black (like the one in Bogota’s Montserrate), a queue of people in front of the ‘padre’, father waiting to be signed. As I walk along the corridors I realise the names on the floor, there must be many graves, saints, royal families, ‘padre’s. I see another sculpture of a lying lady, that says ‘our lady in transit’, a virgin saint for whom there’s a commemoration every 15th of August. I go out and head to the streets again.