Chapel of the Rosary (Ermita del Rosario Chapel), Veracruz
(4.2/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Chapel of the Rosary (Ermita del Rosario Chapel) is located in Veracruz. Make Chapel of the Rosary (Ermita del Rosario Chapel) a centerpiece of your Veracruz vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Veracruz family vacation planner.
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  • Chapel of the Rosary is the first church built in America as she told me the guide but there are more attractions to visit and all with much history for being the first settlements to the arrival of the espanoles.bien worth and paid a visit to this place.
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  • A couple of blocks from Cortes home. First church built in Veracruz. Very small and not a lot to see inside. 
  • They are places like Veracruz we must not miss beautiful small place but has a rich history
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