Dating the 1700s this building was originally the convent of the Recoleto monks who inspired the name of the neighborhood where it is located. It also served as a hospital, a refuge and a retirement home. At the end of the 1970s, it was converted into a cultural center and has been one ever since. Currently, it has over 20 exhibition rooms that provide space for different art exhibitions, concerts, theater performances and other events. It is a great place to visit at any time as there are activities all day long.
Photo via Centro Cultural Recoleta Facebook
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