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Destroyed twice by earthquakes, this 1548 church was rebuilt in the 1700s to withstand earthquakes and boasts a lovely yellow façade and a huge stone fountain, reputed to be the largest in Central America.
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One of the many beautiful churches in Antigua. Not easy to maintain these large churches especially in a poorer country such as this. But they are certainly trying their best. One of the many beautiful churches we visited here.
This is the beautiful yellow church seen in many pamphlets published about Antigua. It has been destroyed by earthquakes several times but is repaired and still standing tall. Has a large courtyard outside with many vendors.
This church is famous because of its barroco decorations. It is well preserved outside, but inside its deteriorated, I hope church will soon restore the inside, it used to be such a great piece of art inside too.