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I first tried to visit on a Sunday but it was closed. Then I visited around 11am on a Monday and they would only allow me to look at the shop which is in the main entrance. They did not allow me to enter the...More
We spent a quick five minutes outside to take photos. No visits are available (i dont think) The exterior walls are original and are full of history. But there is not much more to see apart from the main wooden entrance doorand a small historical...More
This simple and still-in-use convent has views through iron gates, a small gift shop with icons and baked goods. If you wish, you may put a prayer onto a wheel that goes into the convent, and the nuns will pray it for you.
Two things of note: the main gate, hand carved by Native Americans of the area, and the church tower with the figure of a nun.
The convent itself is not open to the public, though there is a small gift store I did not have...More
we couldn't get in but there is a small place where they sell rosaries made out of roses and some sweets prepared by the nuns. you can also write down your requests and put them through an opening with wooden revolving doors and the nuns...More
It is an active cloister so it is closed to the public but for a small
shop wich sells delicatessens made by the nuns. Pay good attention to the main gate, A master work of carved wood.
Take your time to wal around it.
Beautyful colonial complex, Still active and unfortunately you cannot visit it inside, but you can still hear the sounds of the spanish founders and the voices of the locals that built the beautyful wooden gate to the convent.