Basílica Inmaculada Concepción, Concepcion del Uruguay

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Church Tourist Spot
See the tomb of a former president at Basílica Inmaculada Concepción, an imposing Catholic church dating back to the late 18th century. History buffs will be interested to learn that this monument holds the remains of former Argentine president Justo Jose de Urquiza, and the coffin actually represents a smaller replica of Napoleon Bonaparte's tomb. Pay special attention to the grand architecture outside and in, with the recently refurbished gleaming white pillars and original ceiling painting. Check opening times before visiting as they may vary from day to day. Add Basílica Inmaculada Concepción and other attractions to your Concepcion del Uruguay trip itinerary using our Concepcion del Uruguay trip generator.
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  • Perhaps the main attraction, the mausoleum of the Gral. Urquiza, then beautiful Dome, and very well maintained.
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  • We went to mass there, is a very nice and well maintained Church. The mass was more long than usual, but the truth is that it was worth it to know the Church
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  • The basilica of the immaculate conception of Uruguay Concepción is very warm and inviting. Account with some frescoes on its roof which really excited by how well done they are. It is worthy of visit it and participate in the Eucharistic Celebration in the same.
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  • This is my place in the world. The House of God. A place full of peace and love. Be sure to visit us.
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  • A very beautiful place to visit. A beautiful place full of art and history. There lies the Gral.Urquiza
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  • Linda remodeling, and before it was also.
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  • The historical place more important area; by far. Restored to new, the paintings are amazing.!
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  • The basilica was restored and remodeled not long ago. The remains of the gral Urquiza rest there,
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