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Parroquia Nuestra Señora del Carmen de Graneros
VI Region of Chile

La Parroquia Nuestra Señora del Carmen de Graneros, se encuentra ubicada frente a la plaza comunal, en el centro urbano de la localidad.

Graneros formaba parte durante la época colonial, de la gran hacienda que poseían los padres Jesuitas en la zona y cuyo centro misionero estaba en La Compañía.

Sufrió grandes daños con el sismo en el año 2010, lo que hace necesaria su restauración. Constituye una construcción de adobe, cuenta con su casa parroquial y un teatro, espacios necesarios para el normal funcionamiento de la comunidad.

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