When you visit Heredia, bear in mind that the Casa de la Cultura, or "Culture House," is open to the public and ... More
Casa de la Cultura
When you visit Heredia, bear in mind that the Casa de la Cultura, or "Culture House," is open to the public and often features interesting exhibitions, usually artistic or historical. It is located in the Parque Central of Heredia, where you can admire the colonial buildings. This is a good place to ask about what you should do while you are staying in the area because the staff knows a great deal about the region's history. The opening hours are flexible, as cultural events also take place in the evenings.
When the Spanish came to the Americas, they began to spread their system of beliefs. Because of the fact that
various goddesses already enjoyed active cultures, the virgin quickly became the most popular Christian symbol here. According to the ...
From the quiet little Plaza de las Ursulas, with the magnificent apse of the Anunciación Convent in the background, you
will see the marvelous plateresque façade of Juan de Alava's 16th century mansion. In the 18th century there were ...
This large and modern building is located in the north central part of the city. It gathers together the best
of Ecuadorian art. Each room or space reflects a different theme, such as ethnography, sculpture, music or painting. From ...