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Convento de Santa Clara, Antigua

Founded in 1699 by the Order of Poor Clare nuns from Mexico, the Convento de Santa Clara has been ravaged by earthquakes over the centuries.

Founded in 1699 by the Order of Poor Clare nuns from Mexico, the Convento de Santa Clara has been ravaged by earthquakes over the centuries. The remaining ruins are still beautiful though and the richly designed façade is worth seeing. Walk around the sprawling colonial complex to see the chapel, nuns’ chambers, gardens and fountain.


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About Convento de Santa Clara

 2a Avenida Sur, Antigua, Guatemala

 +502 7832-0184

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