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Destroyed twice by earthquakes, this 1548 church was rebuilt in the 1700s to withstand earthquakes and boasts a lovely yellow façade and a huge stone fountain, reputed to be the largest in Central America.
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A lively place on weekend nights well lit up close to the iconic arch. They have a number of nice food stalls on the weekends selling cheap and tasty eats. The entire area is quite lively. they will sometimes have live music and street performers...More
There are so many beautiful old churches in Antigua, but La Merced has to be at the top of the list. If you are in Antigua during Semana Santa, two processions will originate from La Merced -- one on Palm Sunday and one on Good...More