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“Beautiful ceilings”

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Roatan, Honduras
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“Beautiful ceilings”
Reviewed 29 December 2011

Its very much as any 1700's colonial church. Their big altar, statues and glorious ceiling chandeliers and paintings. The down side of it is that there are many theifs around so I strongly suggest that if yoyu wish to visit this church and the park in front of it as well as the school of arts, get a person that knows this place like the back of their hand. Aside from that is very nice, and they sell some "horchata" juice around the corner and lemonade that is off the charts! FYI: I didn't get any dysenteria or cramps so that means it's done with purified water.

Visited July 2011
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English first
Florida City, Florida
1 review
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 2 helpful votes
“Beautiful Spanish colonial building”
Reviewed 13 August 2011

Located in Comayaguela the city connected to Tegucigalpa, one of many chures that youll find,typical Spanish church, with a rustic Spanish building, small, with many monuments, high ceiling, and rustic double doors, this one in particular brings many memories to me, every december 8 we celebrated my birthday starting by attending this church and receiving the mass, at the end of the mass, the parroquia brings the Mariachis into the church celebrating the birthday of the virgen Immaculate as well , outside you could hear firecrakers booming over the ski, and many people gathering for this occassion, I assume celebrations are the same in every church arround this town.
The only bad thing are the streets, so narrow arround this area making trasportation hard to manage.

Visited December 2010
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