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Destroyed twice by earthquakes, this 1548 church was rebuilt in the 1700s to withstand earthquakes and boasts a lovely yellow façade and a huge stone fountain, reputed to be the largest in Central America.
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I love visiting churches wherever I go because I find the architecture of old churches simply breathtaking and this church in Antigua did not disappoint. Located in the center of the city and bursting with locals selling food and crafts it did not leave room...More