A must-do. Not in the best part of town, but it's very old and well-preserved and larger than it looks like from the outside. The frescoes are lovely as are the views of wilderness from outside some of the windows. Weddings here... very, very hot since there is no AC. Also has exhibits. You definitely leave learning something.
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