Located at Plaza Matriz(Constitucion). The best day to visit is on saturdays, when theres's a antiques fair at the plaza.
A modest church building with a nice, relaxed atmosphere. No spectacular works of art, just a well preserved expression of 19th century religious architecture.
we ate here several times, and the staff are very helpful, they have a varied menu from steaks to hot dogs and chavitas, a Uruguayan sandwich
Unlike many cathedrals which have a cold austere feeling, this cathedral is warm and inviting giving the sense that it is a current place of worship and not a "museum".
It is a church a little bigger but not a real Catedral. Nothing special there, maybe only the simplicity of the place which should combines with the catholic faith.
Well preserved church, nice height and depth. The wall at first appear to be all marble and then you realize that it's all plaster with faux finish… Doesn't make it that leas enjoyable, just goes to show how far you can go with "tromp l'oeil"
Being catholic and Spanish speaker , I was lucky that Sunday Mass was about to start when I got there so I stayed for the Mass and found it to be very solemn. As with any temple around the world there are the uneducated visitors walking around the church with a baseball hat. He looked very American !
Nice plaza and church in the old city make a nice place to sit in this historic part of town. Good restaurants and ice cream stand there are worth a look, especially the La Caserita Restaurant on the corner, good pizza and beer. Strange not mentioned here in the restaurant section.
Uninteresting, featureless 19th Century church with very poor interior decoration. Located in the Old City main square, Plaza Matriz. It is free and it is there, so you may just as well pop in.
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