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It looks like a regular colonial era church from outside when you walk by on the street. However, I should say, the sculpture on the outside is still eye catching. Once inside you do feel the serenity. You don't need to be a believer or...More
The outside of this church is rather plain and dingy and easily missed when walking down the street 1 block from the historic Quito square. The property is poorly marked and has a wrought iron fence surrounding it with the gate closed. There will be...More
It is worth seeing for the craftsmanship and unbelievable amount of gold covering floor to ceiling. It is not surprising that it took more than a century to accomplish the work. I loved the painting representing hell near the entrance. It made me think of...More
I just took a trip around the world, visiting 13 countries, with the first stop being Quito. I saw many cathedrals, mosques, temples, etc on my trip, but the most impressive one (on the inside at least) was this church in Quito. If you get...More
Visited the church with three of my good friends and we were astounded by the level of details in the architecture of this church. Most wall decorations were plated in gold, so that was pretty interesting for sure. The only downside of this church was...More
I’m not sure, however each fee’s are very reasonable, some just take donations. I don’t believe we paid more than $5 pp at any of these churches and we visited several. You might try Quinto Tourism for that question.