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Pacomoll wrote a review Dec 2019
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico48 contributions9 helpful votes
One of the oldest churches on the Caribbean, Very well preserved with quite a big amount of original religious images from the Spain era.
Date of experience: November 2019
Rafael S wrote a review Oct 2019
Houston, Texas318 contributions58 helpful votes
I stopped here on a Sunday afternoon and sad to see no one was here. The charge is only $5.00 and I was given a 30 minute tour of all the carvings and art pieces along with great historical facts. The tour is free though please show your appreciation to the guide! This is a must if in this area of PR.…
Date of experience: October 2019
EDWIN C wrote a review Apr 2019
San German, Puerto Rico78 contributions10 helpful votes
This extraordinary XVII Century Spanish architecture example church was built in 1609. Porta Coeli's style is northern Spanish Romanesque with rubble masonry and stucco surfaced walls and a beautiful wood truss roof, and it's among the oldest churches of the western hemisphere. In 1976 it was included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places as "Convento de Porta Coeli".…
Date of experience: April 2019
Jennifer M wrote a review Mar 2019
Chicago, IL124 contributions37 helpful votes
This church has some interesting history and is located on the main square of San German. There is a fee to enter and the signs/explanations are all in Spanish. I would not recommend driving here solely for San German unless you are a very serious Puerto Rican history buff.
Date of experience: March 2019
Colin7887 wrote a review Aug 2018
Northern Ireland79 contributions21 helpful votes
The church is simple in its construction but has great views over the square in San Germán, well with the walk up the steps. Great icons and paintings in the church.
Date of experience: August 2018