Opened in 1838, it has examples of funerary architecture of considerable heritage value. It is framed by ancient vaults with carved marble doors dating from the second half of the nineteenth century. Beneath the path that leads to the central cross, lies the cholera pit used during the epidemic of 1868. The victims were taken from the lazar house, bordering town to prevent contagion.

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Calle 25 de Mayo y Alem, Capilla del Señor.



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Best when:

Walking in open air
With kids
On rainy days