The building, made of clay, is more than a hundred years old. It was known as “the factory” because of the large number of men that left the place after each match. On the inner pediment the “No Gambling” sign can still be seen. However, excessive betting was done.

There is a majolica that indicates the award received for the restoration of the façade. Located on Fahy Street, street by this court, was the Fahy Religious Education Institute, where the children of the Irish immigrants attended. There is a wooden bust that honours its founder.

Audio guide


Irigoyen y Padre Fahy, Capilla del Señor.



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Best when:

Walking in open air
With kids
On rainy days