Templo y Convento San Francisco, Santa Fe
(4.6/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Admire the early colonial church and attached museum at Templo y Convento San Francisco. Dating back to the 17th century, the church displays a humble facade, with whitewashed walls and an attractive bell tower to one side of the main entrance. Step inside and look up to see the intricately woven roof, made without nails by the indigenous population. The attached museum displays artifacts from around the town, with a good collection of colonial weaponry, clothing, and handicrafts. Work out when and for how long to visit Templo y Convento San Francisco and other Santa Fe attractions using our handy Santa Fe itinerary maker.
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  • Impressive colonial building with a ceiling of interlaced wood which is a work of art. The courtyard with its columns of wood and its colonial architecture is an ideal place to contemplate the history of Santa Fe outdoors. Highly recommended!
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  • There's not much to do, Museum opens in a few hours, old church and saved, you can go through the place to meet.
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  • I always fascinated this construction of the colonial era, has a very interesting museum about the history of santa fe, is a must if these by santa fe to learn
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  • Pure history of Santa Fe. Spiritual Center
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