It is said that 87 churches in Quito are large and small (if you remember correctly). In the afternoon, they went to the famous Brasilia Church, Quito Cathedral and St. Francisco Monastery. If they only go to the church hall where people worship, they are free. If they want to go to some other lobbies and explore more, they need to pay $2-3 for admission tickets. Generally speaking, these churches are quite spectacular. Their structures are similar and different. To me, they belong to laymen. The visitor, Francisco, happened to be praying when a priest in a white robe stood on the stage to preach. Many of the followers were listening, praying, and the atmosphere was solemn and solemn. I did not dare to disturb and left quietly.
St. Francisco Cathedral is the most luxurious Church in Ecuador. Its appearance is not so grand, but it covers a large area. It's so brilliant to enter the cathedral that you can't imagine such a luxurious Church in South America. Its walls and vaults are all gilded. It's hard to imagine such a luxurious church.
The Monastery of San Francisco in Quito, opposite the presidential palace in Quito, is an old church with a history of more than 600 years. The interior of the church is so luxurious and solemn that many devout believers come here every day to pray. The shrines of the churches are very complex, magnificent and luxurious. They are absolutely one of the best churches in Central and South America.
Quito's old church has great historical significance. The courtyard is under renovation and is not suitable for photography. There were also some open spaces near the church, some things were taken away and some were said to have been stolen by the local people. But we can still see the beautiful Baroque sculpture.
In the old city of Quito, free visits, a very solemn Catholic church, a long history and brilliant, simple appearance of the church, after entering, I really feel the solemnity of history.
The church was built in 1536. The appearance of the church is Renaissance ornamental style, while the interior decoration is mainly Moudhar style and Baroque style. There are more than 3500 pieces of different styles, schools and Arts in the interior. One of the most famous is the Virgen de Quito statue on the main altar, which was created in the 18th century. For a long time in the past, this image was regarded as the symbol of Quito's city.
In the old city, it is highly recommended to visit the buildings of the Spanish colonial period.
The monastery is located in the Museum of Pre-Columbus Praise for the Former Residence. Two giant bell towers stand straight into the sky. From the square, they are taller than the mountains behind them. The square here has a certain slope and stairs. Be careful.
It's another tall white, magnificent and beautiful building. It's too small for you to stand under. It's magnificent, magnificent and open for free.
Come here again. It's a quiet place with beautiful scenery.