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I visited here during my visit in Guatemala city and it was the best the cathedral was very pretty and old which I like a lot this is even one of the churches that Pope john paul ii visited during his visit in Guatemala which...More
This is the highlight, along with The National Palace, of Zona Uno, the historic center of town. The blue domes are unusual in Latin America. Inside is pretty as well, which is not always the case. It is flanked by the National Palace, and a...More
Good way to spend some time. Safe and fairly clean. You can feed the pidgins. Lots of shopping nearby and 2 blocks from the central market. Find the churro guy. Awesome churros! Safe place. Though not as grand a plaza as say Mexico City’s zocalo...More
IMPRESSIVE. I could stop my review now, but there is a 100 character limit. So , here I go. Maybe it is timing or appreciation to be here before the Easter season. Guatemala is passionate about the Passion of Christ, Easter Week, Easter, and the...More
Metropolitan Cathedral is the main church of Guatemala City and is located at the Parque Central in the center of the city. Its massive structure incorporates baroque and classical elements and has withstood numerous earthquakes.
What an incredible Church. The paintings and murals on the wall are some of the best I've ever seen in my life. There are so many things that are adorned with gold and silver and platinum it is beyond imagination. If you're into religious artifacts...More
This is a very beautiful cathedral in the center of Guatemala City. The pipe organ is very impressive. In front of the cathedral, there are 12 pillars covered with many of the victims of their civil war.
In the center of the city, it is located at Parque Central. Damaged during two earthquakes...1917 and 1976...it has been repaired. Very austere interior. What was heart wrenching was seeing the 12 pillars outside the church with the names of the thousands of people who...More