LA IGLE­SIA LOS DO­LO­RES

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Una­de­las mu­cha­si­gle­sias que ador­nan la ca­pi­tal de la re­pú­bli­ca, cons­trui­da al­re­de­dor del año 1732. Si em­bar­go, lo que la ha­ce úni­ca es su in­creí­ble fa­cha­da que re­fle­ja la unión de creen­cias in­dí­ge­nas y ca­tó­li­cas. Enel interior po­drá en­con­trar obras de ar­te co­mo­pin­tu­ras del afa­ma­do ar­tis­ta co­lo­nial Blas de Me­sa, ex­qui­si­tos re­ta­blos ta­lla­dos en ma­de­ra y es­cul­tu­ras en el es­ti­lo ba­rro­co ame­ri­cano. Cen­tro his­tó­ri­co, ba­rrio Los Do­lo­res, a tres cua­dras del par­que cen­tral.

One of the many chur­ches that em­be­lish the ca­pi­tal of the re­pu­blic, built around the year 1732. Ho­we­ver, what ma­kes it uni­que is its in­cre­di­ble fa­ca­de that re­flects the union of in­di­ge­nous and Cat­ho­lic be­liefs. Inside you can find works of art such as pain­tings by the fa­mous co­lo­nial ar­tist Blas de Me­sa, ex­qui­si­te al­tar­pie­ces car­ved in wood and scul­ptu­res in the Ame­ri­can Ba­ro­que sty­le. His­to­ric cen­ter, Los Do­lo­res neigh­bor­hood, th­ree blocks from the cen­tral park

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