Iglesia de San Agustin, Santiago

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  • There are stories Dela colonial times with respect to the Lord may and la Quintrala who is said that his body remains in the interior of the Church, what I can not assure. My purpose was to inform the Cristo de la Agonía, more popularly known as the Lord of may due to the earthquake of March 13, 1647.en where nothing happened and his Crown of thorns will stay in the neck up to the date
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  • This beautiful church, built in 1625 in a Spanish Colonial style, is less than a 5 minute walk (or 2 blocks down Estado) from Plaza de Aramas. The facade has two bell towers, one at either end of the ...  more »
  • As in many temples, to join the Church of San Agustín, popularly known as the Church of the Christ of Mayo, feels peace and tranquility. There is an ancient and conserved building, frequented by devotees to step and other regulars. Among other things, it strikes me the old tile floor in perfect condition and the huge altarpiece of marble illuminated by a beautiful stained glass window from clover, you figure that he is repeated in the sky ornamented with colors and moldings. Accordingly, the entry is free. A gem of Santiago.
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