We visited four ruin sites while in Antigua, Guatemala last January. The first was Casa Santo Domingo - from my post Travel Tales from the Crypt. We visited the former Capuchinas Convent right after that. It was a lot of crumbling corridors to roam, in such a short time. But intriguing nonetheless.
Nuns wandered up and down Capuchinas Convent from 1736 -1773, until an Earthquake caused upheaval throughout the city. Take a stroll with us...
A lonely and stiff nun still holds vigil in one of the cells. (yes, that's what they were/are called) Sign me up. I'm ready to serve. Not.
The cobblestone streets of Antigua are well worth exploring with camera in hand. Stay tuned for more Antigua ruins this winter.
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