- Type: Landmarks
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Right next door to the church is the beautiful Penitentiary Museum, located inside of the former women's prison that is now located near Ezezia airport. For a peso, you can see restored cells and prison offices, as well as a random little art gallery with rotating exhibitions.
- The Parroquia San Pedro Telmo was built by the Jesuits in 1734 and its protection was entrusted to 'San Pedro Telmo'. It has two important bell towers and a statue of the saint in the front. Its interiors with a Latin American cross and three ships emphasize the image of Our Lady of Bethlehem and San Rafael of Archangel. It has a valuable organ, old pictures and a clock donated by English officials. Entrance is free.
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