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All reviews town square beautiful wood chiloe island wooden interior world heritage bright yellow visited several worth a visit across the street chilli church mass architecture stone carvings unesco metal
It's really impressive the way that big cathedral was built by carpenters of the island of Chiloe. Really is an excellent work and after seeing many cathedrals around the world, this one impress by the material used.
The church is great, but the town square is too. Pharmacies, grocery stores, restaurants and the post office are all within walking distance (even a glasses shop where you can get a spare pair of readers). Interesting fountain and stage area. Don’t forget to get...More
This church on the square is a bright lemon yellow with twin purple spires and is stunning!! Founded 450 years ago, this building dates to the early 20th century. We got there just before 12:00, in time to see the gorgeous interior which is all...More
A landmark of Castro. A bit stuffy inside and opens at certain hours. We were lucky to be across the street when it opened around 4 pm. no idea if it had been opened earlier in the day. Intersting yellow and purple cover the exterior...More
The Church of Castro, capital of Chiloe island & region is amazing in that it is totally constructed of wood in the manner that shipwrights would build a sailing vessel. Stamped tin (painted in a bright yellow and trimmed with white) covers the exterior of...More
The church was colourful on the outside with a beautiful wooden interior. It was situated next to a nice town square.
Easy to find as the yellow spires were clearly visible once you are near the centre of Castro.