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This church is fairly large because the visit gives you access to the grounds. There are several rooms with artifacts and art, most of them on the life of Saint Francis of Asisi. Most rooms were a bit dark and took away from the experience,...More
The church goes back to the 16th century and is a very modest looking building from the outside and once inside its very different than other churches with its stacked stone wall construction ...we just happened to walk by it and went in...well worth it.Its...More
And, although it is plain on the outside, it is incredibly beautiful inside. It is peaceful and quiet. A perfect place to decompress from the bustle of Santiago and, pray. The museum next door is very interesting and well worth the $1.50 to get in.
This is the sort of place you would like to see on your own time rather than with a group as the latter would be too rushed. Pedro de Vildivia, the founder of modern day Santiago, built a chapel on the site. The present church...More