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We got a little confused in wandering around old town and stumbled into the Plaza de Independencia and the church. The plaza has a interesting brick pattern and a statue of Marshal Antonio José de Sucre. The church looks sort of unimposing when viewed from...More
The architecture and art inside the church are truly incredible. The chance to mingle with the locals on the plaza that bears the church's name is precious. The views of El Panecillo from the plaza are excellent. This is steps away from la Plaza Grande/Plaza...More
A church with a simple facade, but full of valuable history; In the square there is a monument to one of the most important characters for the independence of Ecuador, it is Marshal Antonio José de Sucre, who points towards the Pichincha volcano, where the...More
Another of Quito's impressive examples of beautiful old churches. Very humbling to think how long this old building has been in service, and how it presides over the adjacent Santo Domingo Plaza. Our hotel was right on the plaza so every day when we returned...More
Stayed across the street from this beautiful church that is lit as beautifully outside at night. Lovely inside and as with the other 16th century churches huge. The Virgin Mary was lit with lights over the altar.