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If you are into historic architecture (and you better be if you're in this town), this is a lovely place to be. I am attending the Spanish school for 6 weeks nextdoor at Escuela de San José el Viejo. Both the church and the school...More
Just a couple of blocks off the city square, it is a beautiful and surprisingly well-preserved ruin. Nice carvings though some have been vandalize, some mosaics left intact. Seems to be a popular place for weddings.
well, this town definitely has a lot of churches and ruins of churches, destroyed during the big 1773 earthquake. so here is yet another one. nothing to enter, just to see from the street. and to visit only if you are passing here anyway.
I went to the Spanish school next door to this relic and got to witness fabulous weddings and sweet 15 parties for the entire month. After class, we would get together and sneak over to take peeks and walk the grounds. We would walk into...More
I have attended dinners and events here. Also I have seen that it is used for weddings , etc. I do have photos of this I would be happy to share. Just as a place to walk by, if you have an interest in Romanesque...More