St. Francisco Cathedral is the most beautiful Cathedral in El Salvador. The whole cathedral is in Baroque style, with brilliant interior decoration. The walls and ceilings were all wrapped in gold foil, and many gods and sculptures were wrapped in gold, shining with gold. It is said that the renovation of this church cost a ton of gold, which is really extravagant and amazing.
Nosso Senhor do Bonfim Church has a striking beauty. It is a symbol of El Salvador and its culture. It offers some of the best mass ceremonies in town, very Music - although you have to get there as soon as possible to find a seat. It's also near the church where you can buy those colorful lucky ribbons with the words "Lembran &1; ADO Senhor do Bonfim Da Bahia" (usually 10 to 20 $2 ribbons) that you can immerse in the holy water of the church or wait until the end of the mass to receive the blessing of the priest.
There are many churches in the Old City of El Salvador, among which the most famous Francisco Church was built in 1723. It is the representative building of the 18th century in Brazil. It is also known as the "Golden Church" because of its brilliant interior decoration with gold powder.
Built in 1732, it is the most representative building in Brazil in the 18th century and has the reputation of "Golden Church". The facade of the church is completely covered with gold carvings, while the interior walls and ceilings are heavily decorated with gold powder. In addition, the atrium surrounded by blue and white ceramic murals has a strong African color.
The front of the church is completely covered with gold carvings. Gold powder is also used extensively in the interior walls and ceilings.
Igreja Sao Franciso, St. Francis Church, the most important Gothic building, is also one of the most luxurious churches in Europe.