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Images Dated 27th January 2017

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Ruins of Convento de San Agustin (San Agustin Church) in Antigua Guatemala Featured 27 Jan 2017 Print

Ruins of Convento de San Agustin (San Agustin Church) in Antigua Guatemala

The construction of the Church and Convent of San AgustA?n in Antigua was completed in 1657, it had a Renaissance style. It suffered 1, 717 earthquake damage, recommended various arrangements, but notable economic difficulties made it impossible to complete effective reconstruction. In 1, 751 there were new earthquakes due to other earthquakes, to which must be added those caused by the earthquakes of Santa Marta in July 1, 773. The facade topped with the image of San AgustA?n, however, still appears intact.
Antigua and San Agustin Ruins are today a favorite tourist destination as a partially restored colonial city with majestic churches and monasteries and cobblestone streets. Antigua was listed as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1979

© 2017 Kryssia Campos

Facade of Ruins of Church and Convent of Society of Jesus (Antigua Guatemala) Featured 27 Jan 2017 Print

Facade of Ruins of Church and Convent of Society of Jesus (Antigua Guatemala)

Church and Convent of Society of Jesus (Iglesia y Convento de la CompaA?ia de Jesus) with lens flare.
This Jesuit monastery was built between 1690 and 1698, as the rest of beautiful buildings of Antigua city (Santiago de los Caballeros back then) this church was severely damaged by earthquakes between 1717 and 1773. From 1865 a textile factory was installed inside its walls. In 1912, for commercial purposes, the building became a market. Recently it was restaured by the Spanish government, the complex has been reborn and was converted as a cultural center and library.
Antigua and the Templo de la CompaA?A?a de JesA?s are today a favorite tourist destination as a partially restored colonial city with majestic churches and monasteries and cobblestone streets. Antigua was listed as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1979

© 2017 Kryssia Campos