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Iglesia Santo Domingo, La Serena

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  • Beautiful! Enter there is an al.pasado journey! A place with lots of history! It is worth to go and enter was Church, and by the side of the patio there is where is the Virgin of Lourdes, a place with great peace and good energy!
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  • Not there is income for people with disabilities motor. Therefore the interior not so I could see. Outside looks cute.
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  • I am in the habit of know churches or temples in all of the countries I visit, this is not special but okay, is worth a mass!
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  • Beautiful church in the city of La Serena. Is open almost every day of the week to be visited.
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  • The legend says: Mr. Manuel Concha in his Chronicle of La Serena gathers oral tradition; "undocumented", which tells that when the Dominicans were to build this church... "a sea outlet threatened to destroy the city, as the waves came to lick the Barranca that today bears the name of this temple. The scared people brought in procession to the virgen del Rosario, and the sea, which had advanced a mile extension, covering with water las vegas retirement to his presence. By this circumstance is says that the Church occupies its site current.
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