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Abadia del Nino Dios, Victoria

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Religious Site
Founded in 1899 as Latin America's first Benedictine abbey, Abadia del Nino Dios still functions today, housing monks and welcoming pilgrims from around the region. Dedicated to "the holy child," the abbey perches on one of Victoria's seven hills and shows few signs of embellishment, displaying instead simple, modest facades. Polish up on your Spanish--you're unlikely to find any English spoken or written around the abbey. Put Abadia del Nino Dios on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Victoria trip itinerary planner.
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  • Nice ride for those interested the history of the Abbey, there is sale of handicraft products all tempting, I recommend go to the media tomorrow to be the time to buy, make travel and attend the Gregorian chants from 12.15 pm.
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  • Leaving victory and road to Rosario went through the Abbey, it was very close to the hotel and they recommended us to visit it. He heat intense us discouraged to wait the visit guided, to them gardens not is could access (a poster us warned the ban of step) with which them options is limited to observe the Park of from the parking or the shop. We opted for the store that had air conditioning, but disappointed us a bit with the "monastic products". Liquors, except any mixture of herbs, be obtained in any business of the branch (lemoncello, for example, or Mint liqueur), the alfajores was cornstarch and expensive, and expensive "memories". We bought a couple of chains and broke three days. I have read that are wonderful the Gregorian chants but I didn't have the pleasure of listening to them. It gives equal to go visit, but in an hour already.
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  • as well as a time of prayer in the chapel of the monks, you can buy natural products made by the monks - good prices
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  • Place of peace
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  • Cute place. Very quiet. You can buy regional
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  • It is recommended that you visit if you are in the area. Mainly for religious people.
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  • It is beautiful very well maintained there is lots of variety of products
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  • Simply beautiful, a place full of God. Blessed Benedictine community, a gift from heaven
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