The Church of San Pedro de Atacama is a monastery with a history of more than 500 years. The color of the entire church building is earthy yellow, which is very old. The interior decoration of the church is very simple, and the triangular roof of the wooden plank is very simple and unpretentious. Maybe this is what the church really looks like, it's worth coming to listen to the chanting quietly.
The Church of San Pedro de Atacama is a very old church with a history of more than 500 years. The church is very simple, the main structure of the church is a wooden structure, and the unpretentious appearance makes people return to the essence of faith.
De Atacama Church is an ancient church with a long history in the old city of San Pedro. According to reports, it has a history of more than 400 years and is one of the oldest churches in Chile. The walls of the church are reddish-brown, the interior is also very simple, and the shrine is simple, but very quiet. It feels that this is the simplicity and simplicity that religion should have, and it gives people a comfortable and peaceful feeling.
More than 400 years of history, the product of foreign civilization.
This is a very old church. Even the techniques are completely built with bricks. There are not many people here, but it’s really worthwhile to look inside.
We found the atmosphere calming and serene because of the simplicity of the design. The roof is a feature made of cactus wood - looking a little like tyre tread design in its grain.
Worth dropping in to see the interior and read a bit about the history of the church. You will see better but not too many made like this one. Free entry and easy access if walking around the town.
It keep ringing during the day. Not so much to see inside, but while walking from the hostel to a restaurant or a tourism agency, you can get inside to check it, not more than 5 minutes. If you are no...
This church is located very close to the main square of San Pedro De Atacama. It is an old church with a very nice look. Certainly worth visiting for it’s antiquity.
Don't forget to look up at the ceiling, constructed from local woods, with an intricate and exquisite design