The current building, designed by architects Hunt and Sherarder, dates from 1866. It has eclectic style, façade with images of saints, clock and bell tower. The remains of two Irish Chaplains rest in the atrium. It has a nave, two vestries, vaulted ceiling and choir loft .In the interior are the high golden altar, surmounted by an exalted cross; the pulpit, no longer in use and the altar of the passion where two splinters from the Holy Cross are kept.

In the eighteenth century the home of Don Francisco Casco de Mendoza was located here and it had a family oratory, which was opened to public in 1735. It was around this first chapel that the town Capilla del Señor started developing.

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Belgrano 330, Capilla del Señor.



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Best when:

Walking in open air
With kids
On rainy days