The church of Our Lady of Chiquinquirá, built between 1863 and 1868, is located three blocks away from the main square of Santa Fe de Antioquia, in the space where the chapel of the Martyrs, dating from 1650, once stood. Built in a neoclassical and baroque style, this temple used to be cemetery and house a prison for clerics.
NEARBY ATTRACTIONS AND ACTIVITIES
In Santa Fe de Antioquia, tourists can cross the Western Bridge hanging over the Cauca River, wander along cobblestone streets, and taste the popular tamarind candy.
- The heart of Santa Fe
- Secrets hidden in plain sight
- More than a century over the Cauca
- A different view of the bridge
- Joy in Santa Fe
- Expressions of faith in Antioquia
- Honoring the seventh art
- Where culture and nature come together
- An impressive collection of historical artifacts
- The “Grandmother of churches”