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Due to silver being found on the site of the old San Cristobal, this church was relocated to where the whole town is now located. It is a lovely stone 17th century church built by the Jesuits. Apparently the church prior to being moved had...More
The town is historic as ig was relocated by a mining company from the other side of the mojntain and its church removed stone by stone. The houses are all new.
The markets were camera shy. We stopped here for the toilet which is the...More
The church originally located on the hill 5 km away is the only thing that survived from the old town. When silver was discovered, a Japanese company purchased the town relocating the church 5 km away & rebuilding the town.
Built of stone the outside...More
We were dropped pff for half an hour (more like 45 minutes) on the way back to San Pedro from Uyuni, while the driver went off to get something. We assumed it was a toilet break. We spotted this church and were quite taken by...More
We visited this church on the way back from 3 day tour in Salar de Uyuni. The town was moved from site of mountain that having zinc mine and it was surprised that they moved every piece of brick and re-built as exactly it was...More