Quezalguaque, like all the 10 municipalities of León, has an urban layout with an architectural appearance of its buildings with a marked colonial style; It has a parish church of extraordinary historical and cultural value, its streets and avenues are rectangular.

La Central plaza More than a century old, it is surrounded by the Church, the Municipal Mayor's Office and some colonial-style buildings. It has the main characteristics of colonial cities.

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Central plaza.

Quezalguaque Church y Sanctuary of the Virgen de los Remedios: It is a colonial-style parochial temple of great historical, cultural and architectural value.

Its old and beautiful main altar protects the most valuable treasures of this temple, the old gold and silver jewels, in which there is a monstrance decorated with wonderful and tiny images.

The church is of colonial typology and its façade in popular baroque style, preserves some old images and according to historical data the building already existed by 1700.

Quezalguaque Church and Sanctuary of the Virgen de los Remedios

Church of Quezalguaque and Sanctuary of the Virgen de los Remedios.

Augusto C. Sandino Municipal Park: recreation center par excellence of the population, it is very colorful.

It has an area of ​​57.75 square meters and has colonial-style benches, platforms, gardening with its fountain and a kiosk where they sell food products.

The Sandino monument and the quetzals stand out, a symbol of the town's identity, as well as children's games and lighting.

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Augusto C. Sandino Municipal Park.


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