El Cristo roto, San Jose de Gracia
(4.2/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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  • I had a few years of not going to San José de Gràcia, which by the way is already magical town and note to enter, a picturesque place, cobbled streets that are still in remodeling, then on "nothing new", the same boats, lifejackets dirty, lack of signage, the place where embarks a bit neglected feel that was removed view Roto Christ , while a good shadow needed I think that she is passed, to see the Christ should one take a place in the center of the square because from then on can not see anything, glasses where are the Christs of Ags that are on the sides were stained (dirty), there is now a crane up to take a selfie with Christ the story of the people who flooded counted by the "volunteers" which is located in the place is interesting, for who has not gone I recommend you listen to it full and by the way don't forget voluntary cooperation, return in same boat of cold to the ida, ride to the broken Christ is economical and there is much to eat, ample parking Economic and the last boat coming to Christ as we commented so at 7:30 pm have good time because that day we arrived at 6:00 pm and on Sunday.
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  • It is a place very father to visit in this magical town... flooded by the dam surrounding the Christ. Is a place rich to spend a while family.
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  • A beautiful place that radiates a special energy still not believing. The scenery offered by the mountains, River, the wind in your face, the loud silence of nature, definitely invites reflection and introspective thinking arousing deep inside you the hope that all that was created by a superior being. It is therefore a place not to be missed visit, enjoy and feel.
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  • This is an intriguing place. You have to cross the lake on a boat to see the statute up close. Underneath the lake is an old village that was vacated to build the dam. Cristo Roto is a simple tourist attraction mostly for people who are religious. I loved it
  • Pretty awesome place to go with the family for the weekend!!
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  • It is a magical place. Ideal for reading philosophical texts.
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  • Excellent view and pass the super in family
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