About 17 km from Santiago (in direction to Santa Fe, on the Panamerican Highway coming from Panama, turn right at the overpass bridge in the middle of Santiago) we find a little town called San Francisco de la Montaña, this little town holds a jewel of a colonial church that is well worth a visit. This town dates back to 1621 and its antique church holds many baroque art wooden carving masterpieces that are a delight to see. The town as shown in the attached images also show a lillte river with a small waterfall where many people enjoy a refreshing swim to cool down a little from the hot weather. This town is along the road that leads to Santa Fe in Verguas.
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