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San Agustin Church

The Church, declared a National Monument in 1981, it was built by order of The Augustinian friars during the SEVENTEENTH century. Inside, it houses the Lord of Agony, also known as Cristo de Mayo, unique sculpture was not damaged by the earthquake of 1647. In this also lies The Quintrala, iconic character of the colonial history of Chile.
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San Agustin Church

The Church, declared a National Monument in 1981, it was built by order of The Augustinian friars during the SEVENTEENTH century. Inside, it houses the Lord of Agony, also known as Cristo de Mayo, unique sculpture was not damaged by the earthquake of 1647. In this also lies The Quintrala, iconic character of the colonial history of Chile.

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