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It's worth taking a few minutes of your time to come have a look inside this peaceful church, with its beautiful statues and other decorative features. The surrounding square is also well-kept and attractive, with trees and benches.
La Inglesia de Nuestra de la Pensde de Francia - or better known in English as Church of our Lady of the Rock of France, was originally a small chapel built in 1603 by Regidor Franchy Lutzardo.
By 1683, there was a need to convert...More
Typical old Hispanic church located in the middle of the old town. Built with lava stones and painted with contrasting white highlights.
Nice small park in the front, frequented by locals, tourists and homeless...
Whilst wandering around this town take some time out to visit this beautiful church
The church is situated in the heart of the town with some lovely gardens out front, inside is a very well kept and looked after church.
We were lucky enough to...More
A lovely church in the heart of the town - some might say it is the heart of the town.
As it happens, our 1st visit was on “Ash Wednesday” when we were immediately struck by the magnificent interior whilst watching (from the back) the...More
This church has a fairly simple exterior but is stunning when you look inside. It sits in a small park planted with trees and poinsettias which has an ornate fountain at its centre. There are several benches in the park and it’s a nice spot...More