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Iglesia Virgen de La Merced
Chile
El templo católico principal de Isla de Maipo, es una de las edificaciones mas caracteristicas del pueblo. La construcción es un edificio conformado por una nave central y dos naves laterales. Además, posee una torre donde está el campanario central, con un estilo neoclásico. La fecha de construcción acorde al Almanaque parroquial de 1968, indica que el templo fue construido en 1883, separandose de la parroquia de Tango, y bajo el nombre de San Francisco Javier. Tal como muchas otras edificaciones de la zona central, este templo soportó el fuerte sismo de agosto de 1906, pero los daños que recibió obligaron a reedificarlo a partir de 1926.
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Uploaded: 29/05/2012
Updated: 01/06/2012
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