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Ex Monasterio Jesuita - Salón Claudio Arrau

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Formerly the chapel of his former hosts, the Jesuits. It is one of the major and interesting places that still retains its air of monastery with an atmosphere of peace and tranquility, ideal for enjoy music, good read or a pleasant conversation, visitors can soak up the history, noting the original altar of Jesuits of solid wood and the holy water fonts at the entrance of the room.

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