Church used to be white. I really thought I was mistaken. I then read that the church was white. I was wondering what happened.
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The church has been renovated and isn't white anymore... I am sorry to admit I was pretty disappointed... I hope some painting has still to come...
This church has a charm, like all village. In my opinion, you don't have to concern yourself about knowing this spot because the village is very small that is almost impossible not to meet it by chance.
Off to one side in the central square sits this 500 year old church. The front shows the straw used in construction of the brick work. A modest church inside lacking the lavish adornments of most churches it has a nice feel about it.
Located in the center of the town the church is well worth a visit. Look for the roof beams made from cactus and the old bell just inside the main entrance.
Set in the centre of the town, this mud church is the third oldest in Chile. You rarely see places like this anymore when you can stroll in and experience it all. It's very special. Entry is by donation on the wall.
It's a beautifull, very small colonial church. It has saint figures of the XV century and it has been recently renovated. It's in the center of San Pedro at a side of the plaza.