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La Catedral de Ambato, Ambato

(4.2/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
La Catedral de Ambato is located in Ambato. Take a look at our Ambato vacation route planner to schedule your visit to La Catedral de Ambato and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • It Cathedral of Ambato was remodeled in the last years, is next to the Park Montalvo, this to very little distance of the Council Provincial, the old building of the municipality, it House of Montalvo and mausoleum, this exposed all them days of the week the Holy worthy of visit.
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  • It is a symbol of Ambato and its culture, is the site of reference for both locals and tourists
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  • After the earthquake of 1949, where the city was buried in rubble and were a few places that were left standing, the Church collapsed. This new Cathedral, view from anywhere in the city of Ambato, is a sign of firmness and perseverance of their children. Who, with their effort and work rebuilt the city. Although the interior of the temple is extremely modern, save a cozy subtlety in your design. Also in its outer corner can taste some delicious ice-creams of paila with years of popular tradition.
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  • The avante la.reconstruccion
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  • Imposing construction, beautiful church. Place which is a must if you're in Ambato
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  • A beautiful architecture. Very clean and acogesor
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  • The Church icon of the Christian faith of Ambato
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  • Nice Place