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When you think this cathedral was being built about the same time Benjamin Franklin was writing newspapers and before the U.S.A. was a country, it's amazing. It's a pretty church, but there's not a lot to look at. I would stop by if you're in...More
This is my second visit to this place. The church is quite simple but full of historical value for the region.
The Franciscans kept many artifacts in the adjacent museum from their stay here; interesting for history buffs.
My girlfriend and I visited this church during our short stay in the Orosi valley. We chose to check out this church instead of other locales due to how highly it was reviewed on here. I unfortunately do not share the same sentiment as others...More
Nice small church with a really small but interesting museum, you can read a lot about Orosi history, and you can see several archaeological pieces, the church itself still in use which is impressive. Overall a must visit if you come to Orosi.
This church was built in the late 1700:s. Located a couple of hundred of meters from the termal springs in orosi, this is an obvious second stop when in the village.
Quite interesting and very beautifull church.
This is the oldest building you can find in Costa Rica. Built in 1743 during the colonial period. The tiny museum has some religious antiques. This place is worth a visit since is located in a lovely small Valley where you can find some other...More
We visited the church in Orosi. It is the oldest still active Catholic Church in Costa Rica. It is beautiful, situated in a small village. There is a museum, very small, in what I believe used to be the convent building. There are some amazing...More