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  • Cerro de la Cruz

    Cerro de la Cruz

    A great way to exercise and enjoy La Antigua is to visit its natural attractions. A great place to start is Cerro...

  • Baking soda

    Baking soda

    Did you know baking soda is an effective ingredient for removing build up of cosmetic products, grease and dirt from the hair....

  • Hair


    Do you want to fix your hair? Homemade hair masks can help you. Whether it’s dry, oily, dull or damaged, there are...

  • Chinchivir


    Chinchivir drink is made from several varieties of limes and spices, and originally was a refreshment especially made for cucuruchos (the men...

  • Angeline


    Wed-Mon 2-11 PM / Tuesdays Closed 7832-0006 2a Calle Poniente #3 (MAP C4)   After having delighted in any of the exquisite...

  • Cucuruchos


    The anda (wooden float) is carried on the shoulders of cucuruchos, penitents who wear purple full-length tunics in the processions up until...

  • Alfombra


    Elaborate and artistic “carpets” made of brightly colored sawdust or wood shavings, along with pine needles, flowers, and even fruits and vegetables...

  • Huerto


    Many times, at the foot of the display of the imagen and the rest of the diorama created for the velación, is...

  • Church of Escuela de Cristo

    Church of Escuela de Cristo

    The church of Escuela de Cristo is one of the most unique churches in La Antigua thanks to its Renaissance style. It...

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    Another benefit of coffee

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