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“Nice chapel”

Capilla de San Eduardo
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Bariloche Sightseeing Tour
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$124.27*
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Private Tour: Bariloche Sightseeing Tour
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Half Day Small Circuit Tour: Mt Campanario and Llao Llao Peninsula
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Owner description: Built in the 1940s, Capilla de San Eduardo is distinctively English in its architecture, a vestige of years of British influence in South America.
Reviewed November 27, 2013

The chapel is very small and the views from the hill are stunning. You can see the boats in Puerto Pañuelo. Its 25 kmfrom SC de Bariloche downtown. From here you can start the trial to Parque Municipal Llao LLao,walk in the woods,take lovely picturesand have a great lunch in the surrounding area.

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Reviewed November 11, 2013

This very nice wooden chapel, is over a hill at a walking distance from Puerto Pañuelo (the small harbour from were depart several boats to Isla Victoria, in the lake Nahuel Huapi) and from the Hotel Llao-Llao.

The chapel is very small and definitely worth a visit if you go to that area.

Views from that hill to the lake and Llao-Llao are really good.

Be prepared for the steep stairs or if you have a car lead to the Street on the left side of the hill going up to the parking lot near the chapel .

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Reviewed February 12, 2012

An interesting historic little chapel and worth a visit if you are in the area. If you are staying in the centre of town with limited time I do not think it is worth a special trip of 25km each way. In my opinion, the Cathedral in the town centre is as interesting.

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Reviewed January 16, 2012

The small church dates to the first half of the twentieth century. It is located on a low hill at the foot of the Llao Llao hotel, a short walk away from Puerto Pañuelo, which is from where the boat tours depart). See the magnificent wooden roof, the stained glass windows designed by Argentine artist Vicente Forte and the frieze at the front painted by Raúl Soldi, the same Argentine painted who painted the dome of the Colón theatre.

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