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The reunion was good

The church is antique, with much things to appreciate, many sculptures. The designe is beautiful... read more

Reviewed 4 July 2016
Cristian P
History at hand

Very few XVIIth century Argentinean Churches are so well preserved. It is well worth the visit... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2016
dani20162015
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Santa Fe, Argentina
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4 Jul 2016
“The reunion was good”
17 Feb 2016
“History at hand”
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J De Amenabar 2557, Santa Fe, Argentina
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Reviewed 4 July 2016

The church is antique, with much things to appreciate, many sculptures. The designe is beautiful. I had a great experience by going there participating of the different sacraments

Thank Cristian P
Reviewed 18 February 2016

Very few XVIIth century Argentinean Churches are so well preserved. It is well worth the visit. Please take your time to take a good look to the nail-free roof

Thank dani20162015
Reviewed 9 September 2015

You learn History,you marvel at the beauty of its ancient gardens and you read the most amazing ,absurd story not connected at all with constituents neither with the beautiful church

Thank dgrlk
Reviewed 4 June 2014

It has a nice facade, a church with a beautiful interior and a cute interior garden. Also attached is a museum.

Thank weberwest
Reviewed 20 August 2013

The ceiling, the walls, the ambience. Also there is a Museum attached to the Church. The first Argentinian Constitution was issued in Santa Fe.

1  Thank Federico E
Reviewed 21 November 2012

A fantastic example of early colonial times. A must. Both the church and the small adjoining museum are full of beautiful examples of baroque statuary and colonial times furnishings. Do not miss the church's wooden roof, made by local indians without using nails. The courtyard...More

4  Thank Juan Javier N
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