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Convento de las Capuchinas, Antigua

Formally known as the 'Convento e Iglesia de Nuestra Senora del Pilar de Zaragoza' (Convent and Church of Our Lady of the Pillar of Zaragoza), the Convento de las Capuchinas is an 18th century convent designed by Diego de Porres that was the last one to be built in the city.

Formally known as the 'Convento e Iglesia de Nuestra Senora del Pilar de Zaragoza' (Convent and Church of Our Lady of the Pillar of Zaragoza), the Convento de las Capuchinas is an 18th century convent designed by Diego de Porres that was the last one to be built in the city. Though damaged in the 1773 earthquake, the ruins are well preserved and offer a peek into the workings of a convent and the cells of nuns. Learn about the austere lives of the nuns who lived here and their work.


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About Convento de las Capuchinas

 2a Calle Oriente, Antigua, Guatemala

 +502 7832-0184

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