Parroquia San Nicolas de Bari, Buenos Aires

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  • San Nicolas is a beautiful temple. Full of ancient and recent history. The previous Temple located where today is the Obelisk was demolished by President de-facto Agustín P. Justo. In this demolition not stood the remains of the only priest of the first Board of Governors Manuel Alberti. Today in the ancient baptistery, you can enjoy the image of the Virgin of the Rosario de San Nicolás. Francisco, when he was Cardinal of Buenos Aires, said parish "a true urban sanctuary, in the Northern neighborhood".
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  • Our youngest grandson was christened here. We had never been and were surprised at how beautiful the church is. It has a history with an older church on this site dating back centuries. If the sunligh...  more »
  • This Basilica is located on Santa Fe Avenue, corner of the city of Buenos Aires Talcahuano. Beautiful, and impressive architecture, your forehead has a structure symmetrical with two side, in one of the which towers are the original bells of the ancient Church. To the left of the entrance, is located a chapel which houses the image of the Virgen de los Desamparados patroness of Valencia in Spain. Its interior has a nave and two side. San Nicolàs de Bari is its main patron and commemorates it is day 6 of December of each year, date of his death. This Saint was very popular in ancient times and for having been so friend of childhood, your party comprises sweets and gifts to children. In German it is called "St. Nikolaus", they began to call Santa Claus, and paint him as an old man dressed in red, with a white beard, who went from House to House giving gifts and sweets to children (we called it Santa Claus). It's a great work of art in the neighborhood of Recoleta.
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  • Muy bella muy original.
  • The architecture is beautiful, but even more welcome at the temple, the Organization, the warmth of the Ministers and mission carried out by the most disadvantaged.
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  • Beautiful place
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  • Spectacular. A mind-boggling structure, really a monument to the maximum detail and luxury.
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  • Very nice Church. With many details and an unbeatable location
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