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Originally a Pipíl town, Suchitoto was the nation’s capital for 15 years beginning in 1528. Today it’s a quaint colonial town with several tourist attractions along its cobblestone streets and rich in cultural and artistic attractions. The town offers fantastic views of the Lake Suchitlán and Volcán Guazapa. Most travelers will be content strolling the streets, especially around the main plaza, but here are some extra highlights:


Casa de Los Mextizos is a cultural center featuring artistic and tourist youth projects.


The Iglesia de Santa LucĂ­a is a wooden church with interesting stencil work inside and excellent views from its tower.


The Casa Museo de Alejandro Cotto is one of Suchitoto’s many small museums and provides and interesting look at the life of filmmaker Alejandro Cotto.


20 Nov 2008

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