Parroquia San Francisco, San Miguel de Tucuman

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  • Is beautiful, whenever going to Tucumán, step without missing, was made many years and all them years step
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  • For many people it is a church that is dark and gloomy, but for others who know it's a construction is of Baroque style and one of the churches more old of Tucumán. Inside it has relics (table where they signed the Act of independence) and the good news is that a few years ago it was restored with people trained for this job. It should be noted that the Church has a rich history in its interior (was used as a hospital in the battle of Tucumán). And finally a thing that few people know, by the street San Martin is the stone basal that stands out and just is visible.
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  • Without words is a place dark, abandoned that gives fear enter. It would have to be closed to the public.
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  • Hermoso lugar
  • Beautiful temple but neglected by the administration. They might have a more active policy for removing aberrant graffiti pro abortion and Anti Church painted on the outer walls.
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  • Beautiful it you look at. Without a doubt, is the most beautiful church I saw in Argentina, for believers to those who do not. The amount of details and art that you can find in here is incredible.
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  • Incredible, a gem of religious architecture. I could visit her little more than one week during the national Eucharistic Congress. It is very old, Temple originally belonging to the Jesuits, but then goes to the Franciscan order, along with the convent and school. It is a national historic landmark.
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  • The parish of San Francisco is a jewel of it architecture colonial, that unfortunately is coming down. But when one enters, if you pay attention, you can return to the colonial era and be impressed with its altar carved by Indians in wood and gold.
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