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Oratorio de la Difunta Correa, San Juan

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Visit Oratorio de la Difunta Correa to gain insight into a traditional Argentine custom. The oratory is dedicated to a popular yet unofficial female saint popularly known as the "Deceased Deolinda Correa." Stop by to see the saint's sculpture and observe locals coming to pray and bring offerings. Arrange your visit to Oratorio de la Difunta Correa and discover more family-friendly attractions in San Juan using our San Juan trip itinerary builder.
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  • Don't do it if you're not Christian, if you are passing. It is a piece of Argentine culture. Impressive offerings and gratitude of the people. There are many places to buy souvenirs and also to eat. I called the attention that in the route not is marked the entry. There is that be attentive to the input that is attached to a control fito sanitary
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  • Already I can not comment without neglecting my habit. Whenever is passes by this place is for, is lead and light candles, is thanks to the deceased strap and is you requests protection, own, to the family and to them beings dear. Everything else surrounding the oratory, borne by each one: promises, shops of souvenirs, facilities and their use, the Chapel, which is very cute, and hotel that is at the top, where I spent one night, is basic, but sometimes there is no other option. Care when there is a storm of sand. It suffered a time there and is horrible. It should look for the unique service station that is in place and expect to pass. It is a circular danger as well, because there is nothing.
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  • I greatly respect the dead and those who believe in it. What I put very bad was see so much amount of trades of all type around and that the village not has with water drinking to who are there. I saw many animals died of hunger. Places to eat and buy crafts sobran, are not expensive. Even though is a place Holy, I was disappointed all what vi around.
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