Nuestra Senora de Santa Ana, Argentina
Author: Pablo D. Flores (Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0)
Reduccion de Nuestra Señora de Santa Ana, or simply Santa Ana, is one of the missions (also called reductions) of Jesuit missionaries built during the Spanish colonial period. It is one of the early Jesuit missions in Argentina and Brazil that were collectively inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1984.
What to See at Nuestra Señora de Santa Ana
Nuestra Senora de Santa Ana are ruins in varying state of preservation.
Santa Ana is located in Candelaria Department, Misiones Province, Argentina. It is about 2 km from the department administrative centre and not far from the ruins of San Ignacio Mini.
Visiting this Site
Your base for visiting this World Heritage Site is Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. You should find your accommodation in Buenos Aires, and then get your hotel to help you make arrangements for visiting the sights in Argentina. I recommend that you base yourself in Buenos Aires rather than a smaller Argentine city, as you will have more options here. There will be plenty of tour packages to choose from, according to the amount of time you have in your hands.
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