This colonial village was abandoned following flooding in the year 1833. Today, you can see the ruined church and other ... More
Ruinas de Ujarrás
This colonial village was abandoned following flooding in the year 1833. Today, you can see the ruined church and other buildings, and imagine the lives of the people that lived here long before the modernization of Central America. The church dates from the 17th century and is a good example of colonial architecture. The fiesta of the Virgin of Ujarrás is celebrated annually on the 16th of April.
It's basically the ruined walls of a small 17th century stone church that was wrecked in a flood a long time ago, along with the surrounding village, of which nothing remains. It's very pretty, the church walls are moss-covered and ancient-looking, and its in a lush, pretty valley. If you're expecting Antigua Guatemala, you'll be disappointed, though.
First and foremost, this theater offers the best of Central American architectural details, for you to feast your eyes upon.
Ask at the ticket office for information about what productions are currently on display. Shows vary from orchestral music ...
This museum (called "el MAC") is committed to preserving the national arts heritage of Costa Rica. It holds two separate
collections, one of Costa Rican art and another for foreign art works. The national collection includes approximately 2,575 pieces, ...
The valley, with its pretty views, warm springs, colonial village and attractive parks, represents a refreshing change if you have
been spending time in the city. You can visit several small villages in the same day, eat in a ...
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