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Ayuntamiento, Antigua

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  • the old culture to appreciate and see our country learn to enjoy our country first value our country
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  • It's an active church, so you can see services when you are there. There was a service when I was there, so I didn't go in the front, but the back is open and it's a really cool ruin. It's right there...  more »
  • It was built under the authorization of the King Charles III of Bourbon, who reigned in Spain. Little remains of its original construction, it has been destroyed by several earthquakes. Being those of Santa Marta in 1773 of the most devastating in its colonial structure.
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