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I found this church by walking around the city .. It was magnificent.. Yes it is old Built in 1626 by the monk Fray Benito Baltodano, it was originally used as a cloister. The Iglesia of Guadalupe was used as a fortress by William Walker...More
Positioned between the center of Granada and the Malecon, the Guadalupe Church is worth the walk. The white limestone exterior is haunting in its simplicity, and the interior is captivating. Fun fact: the building was used by Filibuster William Walker during his campaign in Nicaragua.
ii have seen literally hundreds of colonial churches in my travels, this one is a beauty, definitely among the nicer of them and presents some great photo opportunities if you can time the lighting just right.
This church is located in the lower part of Granada on the street to the lake, the small park in front of the church permits a short rest of the stron sun and the outside of the church gives you the chance of a very...More