This was a very interesting ruins, the only thing to survive a massive explosion wiping out an entire village and killing all the inhabitants in the 1800s. The building is really well preserved, and you have a great view of the volcano behind it.
The problem is all the venders in front. They are very pushy, and take away from a place that so many people died in. The parking lot is too close to the actual church, and there is a whole new village of stalls attached to the lot.
They are also bugging you when you are in the ruins, pushing postcards, photos, candy, you name it.
It's worth stopping to get some history, but be prepared to be hassled.
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