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A landmark of Castro. A bit stuffy inside and opens at certain hours. We were lucky to be across the street when it opened around 4 pm. no idea if it had been opened earlier in the day. Intersting yellow and purple cover the exterior...More
The Church of Castro, capital of Chiloe island & region is amazing in that it is totally constructed of wood in the manner that shipwrights would build a sailing vessel. Stamped tin (painted in a bright yellow and trimmed with white) covers the exterior of...More
The church was colourful on the outside with a beautiful wooden interior. It was situated next to a nice town square.
Easy to find as the yellow spires were clearly visible once you are near the centre of Castro.
In the city center the church building is very attractive and impressive. Interior of the church is made of yellow wood , a must see when in Chile / Castro. When we visited on Sunday the prayer meeting was going on and many people were...More
The outer colour is yellow and purple and the inside is all made by wood. Its really impressive and you hardly see such a delicate wooden architecture. A place you will find it's uniqueness and find peace.
This church is one of the Chiloe Jesuit churches and the biggest that we saw. It is fascinating because absolutely everything inside, including all the statues, is made of wood.
The outside is covered in metal and painted yellow and purple.
Definitely worth a visit