Cementerio de Disidentes


Adjoining the main cemetery, the Cementerio de Disidentes is the spot where English and European immigrants were buried. Despite the name, these departed souls weren't rabble-rousers; they were simply Protestants, and therefore not accepted at the traditional cemeteries.

The views from here are worthwhile in themselves. If you're up for the walk, you can get here by hiking up Av Ecuador.

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