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We visited this active church mid day and marveled at the fresco paintings surrounding the interior. The exterior has a wonderful bell tower, ample parking and does not reflect the beauty inside.
Spiritual experience, totally reflects the Panama dedication to faith. This place is not...More
Beautiful church. In town during annual festival of Santa Librada, name of church and patron saint of Las Tablas. Great church for quiet prayer or attend Catholic Mass. Located right in the town square.
Sta LIbrada, the patron of los santos, uses this church as her home.
Built by the spaniards in the 17th century, this church was built here as legend tells that sta librada returned to this part of town when her statue arrived from old spain....More
Iglesia Santa Librada is a great example of a Panamanian Catholic Church. The majority of Panamanians are Catholic and this is a living Church, not a museum. As is common in Central America, the church is on the town's central plaza. The building is open...More
Beautiful golden altar. Great example of the artistry of the Criollan architecture in the interior of Panama. Santa Librada, the patroness saint of the town is considered very miracoulous and as many of our churches is dressed in real clothes.
Since I live in Las Tablas, Panama I suppose that I ought to review more of the local attractions, particularly the Church that my wife and I attend. Iglesia Santa Librada is a Spanish Colonial style church, originally built by Spanish colonists in 1789. It...More