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Old historic church, nice plaza with little tchatchki shops abound. They build a tunnel under it for traffic and there is great (and gawdy) statue of an angel slaying the devil in the middle of it all!
The church itself is a beautiful colonial church. However, the plaza in front is in a ran down area and a more seedy part of town. I actually had a young man walk up behind me, snatch my earrings out of my ears and take...More
The church of Santa María de los Dolores of the city of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, is one of the oldest in the country and is dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
This barroc style church was built between the years 1735-1815.
Inside you will be able yo...More
Like any self-respecting church Iglesia Los Dolores was built a long time. From 1732 to 1815. Started and went the war of Austrian succesion, then Seven years`war, The war for independence in America, and the Church was being built. Began in 1789 the Great French...More
The church is no different than other colonial churches. It's pretty, but not unique. The plaza, however, is a great place to hang out. You meet friends there or enjoy 'people watching'. Also, there's a shabby market right next to it. In it you can...More
Stopped in here at 12:30 on Sunday afternoon and were told they were just closing. Got a quick peek before they closed the door. Best to time your visit before or after mass to ensure you can go inside.
Just a short walk from Parque...More