Museo de Arte Fray Pedro Bedon

Museo de Arte Fray Pedro Bedon

Museo de Arte Fray Pedro Bedon
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Alan H
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
Even though we were staying right across the square (at Casa Alquimia) - we had not necessarily planned to visit this Dominican monastery - but ended up going in for just a peek.

It turned out to be a fascinating experience. We were offered a free guided tour. Our guide seems to be the curator of the museum - he is a scholar - who has studied the religious orders and Ecuadorian history for more than 15 years. He speaks excellent English and wasn't just reciting stuff. We had an engaging conversation - about a topic I'm generally not that excited about. Yet, he made it all very exciting.

Inside the monastery is a moorish type courtyard - reminiscent of the Alcazar. Palm trees, tiles, etc. A welcome and refreshing contrast to the hustle and bustle of the urban plaza outside. This is an active monastery.

At the end - he offered us access to the roof above neighboring Iglesia de Santo Domingo. Yes, of course. We were shown small access stairs and door to the roof. Fun to crawl around up there.
Written 2 December 2019
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OklahomaMomOf3
Cape Coral, FL2,151 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014 • Business
Guided tour of this Dominican Convent. Traditional regional costumes, music and dances. 17th century religious art, beautiful gold chapel and relics; hall (refectory) of martyred saints.
Written 19 August 2014
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