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The School of Jurisprudence, part of the University of Guadalajara, formed an important complex next to the Octavio Paz Library in the now called Plaza Universidad, at the confluence of Juarez Avenue and Pedro Loza Street. Originally the Colegio de Santo Tomás de Aquino, the old viceregal building was renovated in 1871 with a new façade in the neoclassical style, a project by David Bravo* (the same builder of the Penitenciaría de Escobedo, another notable example of neoclassical architecture in the city), and together with its annex temple formed a wonderful complex that had a new use: the Supreme Court of Justice. It was demolished around 1940 to build the former Lutecia Building, a project of Eng. Enrique Gonzalez Madrid, of regionalist style, also modified today. Fortunately the temple, now a library, survives.
After the plan to demolish the Escobedo Penitentiary to widen Juárez Avenue to the west, the construction of the new Oblatos Penitentiary began, designed and built by engineers Agustín Basave del Castillo Negrete and Filiberto López Arana.
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The building that exists today was built between 1712 and 1749, under the rectorship of Father Cristóbal de Escobar y Llamas. The building has undergone important transformations to adapt it to the different uses that were given to it since the departure of the Jesuits in 1767, among others, headquarters of the Regiment of Flanders and the schools of Law, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and Agriculture, until it became the National Preparatory School in 1867.
The Antiguo Colegio is a characteristic construction of masonry walls with covered facades, with large courtyards of tezontle ashlar topped by frames, cornices, pilasters and chiluca facades, which makes it an extraordinary exponent of the eighteenth-century architecture of Mexico City.
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The municipality of El Salto is located in the center of the state, in the coordinates 20° 28’30” to 20° 35’15” north latitude and 103°20’00” to 103°20’08” west longitude at an altitude of 1,508 meters above sea level.
Topography: The topography of the municipality is regular, predominantly at altitudes between 1,500 and 2,100 meters above sea level, and in the southern and southwestern parts it varies between 900 and 1,500 meters above sea level.
The municipality’s climate is semi-dry with dry winters and springs, and semi-warm with no defined winter season. The average annual temperature is 19° C., and the average annual precipitation is 836.7 millimeters with rainfall in June, July and August.
In terms of supply services for popular consumption, this need is covered by 655 grocery stores that sell food and beverages, 44 butcher shops, and 45 establishments that sell prepared foods (fondas, restaurants, snack bars and diners).
In terms of sports, there are sports centers that have adequate facilities for practicing various sports such as soccer, culture, recreation, and the municipality has a civic plaza, parks and gardens, a cultural center, library, cinema, theater, clubs and recreational centers, basketball, athletics, swimming, and tennis. It has natural attractions such as the waterfall “El Salto de Juanacatlán”.
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He has played for some of the most prestigious conductors and soloists such as Paul McCresh, John Elliot Gardiner, Paul O’Dette, Laurence Cummings, Benjamin Bayl, Eduardo López Banzo, Carlos Mena, Emanuela Galli, Vivica Genaux, Romina Basso, Anna Bonitatibus, Flavio Ferri-Benedetti, Filippo Mineccia and María Espada.
Minguillón has more than a dozen recordings for labels such as Glossa, Pan Classics, Brilliant Classics, Signum Records, Enchiriadis, recording with groups such as The King Singers, Nereydas, Los Afectos Diversos, MUSIca ALcheMIca and Ludovice Ensemble among others.