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Oratorio de la Difunta Correa

Km. 180, Ruta Nacional 141 | Departamento de Caucete, San Juan J5443, Argentina
+54 264 496-1018
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Weirdest Place in Argentina

Shrine after shrine to a woman who it is claimed nursed her baby for three days after her death... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
OldManDoc
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Amesville, Ohio
Interesting if you're not just a tourist

It is hard to explain if you should or not visit, but I'll try. It depends on who you are, to find... read more

Reviewed 24 May 2015
VanessaAquino
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Belo Horizonte, MG
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2 weeks ago
“Weirdest Place in Argentina”
23 May 2015
“Interesting if you're not just a tourist”
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Km. 180, Ruta Nacional 141 | Departamento de Caucete, San Juan J5443, Argentina
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Shrine after shrine to a woman who it is claimed nursed her baby for three days after her death. You will find shrines for truckers, houses, horses, weddings, and the sculptures in some of them are ghoulish. I recommend you plan this as part of...More

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Reviewed 24 May 2015

It is hard to explain if you should or not visit, but I'll try. It depends on who you are, to find this place interesting. I did like it for my own reasons, but if I was just a tourist with not much time I...More

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Reviewed 16 July 2014

It´s truly awkward place. If you want to explore genuine local customes, it´s a good experience. If you do not believe in town mysteries, avoid this trip.

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Reviewed 30 December 2012

actually visited this place in july 2011. after seeing so many difunta correa shrines on the side of argentine highways, i think i was expecting to be blown away by the place. the shrine was interesting and i enjoyed looking around but it also was...More

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Reviewed 27 January 2012

How many miracles attributed to the Difunta Correa? There is so much stuff there given to her as proof of gratitude that you wander amongst little wooden houses, licence's plates, sport trophies and so on wondering about that popular cult which is so huge in...More

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