Iglesia San Sebastián
Iglesia María Magdalena
Iglesia María Magdalena, sort of the sister church to San Sebastián, is where many of Monimbó's most important festivals begin or end.
Masaya Tours Nicaragua
This home-grown operation offers trips to the nearby pueblos (US$25 per person), Volcán Masaya (US$35) and other tourist spots. The...
Museo del Folclore
A small museum inside the Mercado Artesanías complex, the Museo del Folclore focuses on dance, local myths and the cultural traditions...
Mezon La Terraza
This small bar overlooking the park features loud music, a very young crowd and plenty of rum. Your call.
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Iglesia San Sebastián information
The original church at this location, also called Iglesia San Sebastián, was built around 1700; it was burned down by William Walker. The current version, built in 1925, sits at the ancient center of Monimbó, which is (from a historical point of view) Masaya's most important neighborhood.