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There are many pictures of it online, and the church itself has a website with photos. You will see it was built in a simple style, reminiscent of traditional Spanish churches of the 1700s. The original building was destroyed by fire and a subsequent building was damaged by several earthquakes, but the church has tried to emulate the style of its origins.

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