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Via Christi, Junin de los Andes

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Religious Site Tourist Spot
Scores of religious locals and tourists flock to Via Christi every year. Previously known as a fly-fishing destination, Junin de los Andes has been given a new lease of life since architect and sculptor Alejandro Santana built the Christian theme park detailing the life of Jesus Christ through a modern lens. Sculptures dotted around the picturesque woodland area on the banks of the Chimehuin River portray scenes from Jesus’ life, including his crucifixion. Before you head to Junin de los Andes, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Junin de los Andes travel itinerary planner, to make sure you see all that Junin de los Andes has to offer, including Via Christi.
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  • The statues show the like of Christ. The gentle walk is up a hill thru forest, so is shady on a sunny day.  more »
  • It is an interesting walk and the art is different. Unusual to find in this part of the world. Worth a visit.  more »
  • Anyone could imagine that it will be a Via Crucis, how many there. Well... I have to say that this is a theme park about the life of JESUS and even though it includes the Via Crucis, is a great work of art and a call to reflection on the life Christian for those who visit it.
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  • It is a visit that admits a wide spectrum of looks: admirable from the religious, anthropological point of view, from the infrastructure and architecture, from a walk in a natural environment. If it is desired to learn and to know the work from the religious, its greater symbolic potential, it is suggested to make the visit with guide.
  • A wonderful and magical place that you can´t miss. Perfect to enjoy art and nature.
  • I.M.P.R.E.S.I.O.N.A.N.T.E
  • You're or not Catholic is beautiful! Different from everything, is not a proper viacrusis. The idea of the architect was definitely from another point of view. I recommend not to visit in winter. With the ice it is very difficult to walk up to footwear. And the latest stations tend to be closed.
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  • Excellent place to visit. Going around it is like making a spiritual retreat. Every Christian should know it, but it is also very nice for the public in general.
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