Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de San Juan, San Juan
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Pay a visit to Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de San Juan, a modern landmark of San Juan. Dedicated to John the Baptist, the building was built in 1979 to replace an older cathedral destroyed in an earthquake. View the Romanesque facade, designed by Daniel Ramos Correas, or admire the simple, somber interior. You can also climb the 51 m (167 ft) bell tower to enjoy an encapsulating view of the city center. To visit Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de San Juan on your holiday in San Juan, and find out what else San Juan has to offer, use our San Juan vacation generator.
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  • It is opposite to the plaza on May 25. There is usually several events on the weekends, so it may be a little difficult meet her inside. Tip: With high temperatures they close the doors, it seems closed. But if proofs, a door is always open.
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  • It is relatively new, the previous was destroyed by the earthquake. For I do not visit, but hey, it is one of the attractions of the city, which also is very Catholic.
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  • A place with an imposing, modern building that also calls for reflection and tranquillity. With statues of Saints and virgins that take you back to ancient times.
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  • Very good
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  • Beautiful church
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  • Picturesque architecturally.
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  • Beautiful there as san Juan
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