Parroquia San Francisco, San Miguel de Tucuman

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  • Like all churches of the region, very beautiful and full of details. I didn't have time to make a visit on the inside, but for people who go to Government House, it's a passed in front to enjoy its details.
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  • I really enjoyed it. Everything is well maintained and on a whim, you can take beautiful photos of this site.
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  • It is a beautiful church, with sentimental value for my family, but it has reached a level of very worrying deterioration.
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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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