People congregate in the plaza in front of this imposing church,
a mixture of neo-classical Spanish and mestizo architecture.
Construction began in 1549 but it was only finished in the mid-18th
century. On Saturday mornings it is often possible to see colourful
Quechua or Aymara wedding processions leading to and from the
church while on any day of the week this is an ideal place to pass
the time and watch Bolivian life go by. Don't miss the atmospheric
stairway to the fabulous rooftop, offering great views of the city
Address: Avenida El Prado Opening Time: Monday to Saturday 4pm-6pm. Admission: free
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