Iglesia Santa Capilla
Set on the eastern side of Plaza Bolívar, the catedral started its life in the mid-16th century as a mere mud-walled chapel. A church...
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Museo Sacro de Caracas
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Iglesia Santa Capilla information
Lonely Planet review
This neo-Gothic church , one block north of Plaza Bolívar, is modeled on the Sainte Chapelle of Paris. It was ordered by General Antonio Guzmán Blanco in 1883 and built on the site of the first mass celebrated after the foundation of the town.