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jimellanos wrote a review Aug 2018
San Martin de los Andes, Argentina32 contributions6 helpful votes
This little chapel is a must when you visit Villa la Angostura's port area. It's location is perfect and the building itself seems magical. It's a great place to cool down a bit, maybe meditate or pray or connect with oneself before continuing sightseeing and enjoying the natural environment of that area. Simply incredible.…
Date of experience: August 2018
Victoria C wrote a review Oct 2017
Sarasota19 contributions1 helpful vote
We walked back from the Port to the Town and passed this amazing church- One comes upon it via a dirt road and then finds that the front is most impressed with paved parking. We arrived a minute before it was closing- The last guests were preparing their wedding and we were only offered a glimpse. Will be back before our stay is up.…
Date of experience: October 2017
Zando Viajante wrote a review Jul 2017
Porto Alegre, RS126 contributions18 helpful votes
This little church is located in a woods, near Bahia Brava. It's a calm and relaxed place to pray or meditate while listening to the birds sing. I recommend meeting this historical place here in Villa and feel all the energy that grows here.
Date of experience: July 2017
Adventure & Travel 24/7 wrote a review Jun 2016
Inman, South Carolina189 contributions24 helpful votes
A few stained glass windows, rustic chandeliers, and an old confession booth. Interesting and a local landmark. I would say not a must see if you are short on time but enjoy if you do have time.
Date of experience: June 2016
Verito70 wrote a review Dec 2014
Buenos Aires, Argentina238 contributions28 helpful votes
This little chapel was built by Alejandro Bustillo, a famous architect. The Virgin's image was brought from Cusco, Peru and has about 200 years. The building is simple but very beautiful. It fully worth the visit, don't miss it.
Date of experience: November 2014