This beautiful, single-storey church is rectangular in layout with a vaulted dome and the typical side chapels in pure ... More
Iglesia de San Juan de la Cruz
This beautiful, single-storey church is rectangular in layout with a vaulted dome and the typical side chapels in pure Renaissance style. The most noteworthy features on the outside are the Salomonic columns and the frontispiece over the fore-part of the church. Inside, be sure not to miss the chapel belonging to the Fishermen's Guild. Its central location (near González Martí Ceramics Museum ), beauty and valuable artwork (including paintings and sculptures) make it a popular church with passers-by and tourists.
On your way along Calle San Juan de Dios you'll be dazzled by this church's fabulous baroque façade. It's dedicated
to Juan Duarte, later canonized as San Juan de Dios, who came to Granada in 1536 and dedicated his ...
In a little square of the same name, in a district which is full of people going round the bars
drinking, you will find this simple little church founded in 1150 by the Castilian repobladores (Christians who returned to ...
Located in the southern tip of Old San Juan, this stylish promenade hosted a former Spanish prison, which now houses
the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. It offers breathtaking views of the San Juan Bay and is bordered by a ...