A nice church with more history than one would expect. Here you will find the original resting place for Simon Bolivar who died at a farm nearby. His remains were moved to Caracas 12 years after his death and that's where he remains. In the church are a number of monuments to Bolivar as well as the grand alters one would, expect from an old Latin American cathedral. The original church that was on the site during Bolivars time still stands inside with the more grand and typical cathedral more of an add-on to the original chapel sized church.
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