Moctezuma and his retinue don't look very Aztec in their appearance or their attire.
(Photography within the church is not permitted.)
Adjoining the church is the Hospital de Jesús. Its main entrance is on the next street tucked between shoe stores. From its nondescript façade dating from the 1930s, you would never imagine that this is a place of historical significance.
There are two lovely courtyards separated by a grand staircase.
A mural on one of the walls once again portrays the meeting of Cortés and Moctezuma.
And here is a bust of Cortés, probably the closest thing to a monument in his honor that you find anywhere in Mexico!