Iglesia de San Jerónimo
Museo y Galería de Héroes y Mártires
Inside the alcaldía (mayor’s office), this museum honors Masayans who gave their lives during the revolution. There are walls of photos...
Antigua Estación del Ferrocarril de Masaya
Masaya's elegant former train station, built in 1926 on the north side of the city, is a local landmark. In 2013, the city announced...
Mezon La Terraza
This small bar overlooking the park features loud music, a very young crowd and plenty of rum. Your call.
Fruit smoothies, cold sandwiches, salads and snacks served with a smile in spotless surrounds make this a fine stop.
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Iglesia de San Jerónimo information
Among the major buildings worst hit by the earthquake of 2000 (which also destroyed about 80 homes) was 1928 Iglesia de San Jerónimo, the spiritual heart of Masaya and one of the most recognizable silhouettes on the skyline. But that hasn't stopped anyone from celebrating the longest fiestas patronales in Nicaragua, with their epicenter, as always, right here.