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Centro Internacional Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This simple two-aisle church built by Franciscan monks in the early 17th century once stood on a quiet hacienda on the outskirts of colonial Bogotá. Trees and pastures have been replaced by the towering offices of Bogotá's "Little Manhattan." Both the church and its beautiful statue of the Virgin of the Fields, with her crown of intricate gold and silver filigree work, are homages to the city's bucolic past.

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Carrera 7 No. 26–37
Bogotá, Bogota D.C.  110311, Colombia


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