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Ojojona

Ojojona

This pretty and out-of-the-way village has many secrets to reveal. Once it used to be a home to silver and gold miners.

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Attractions near to Ojojona

  • Tiburcio Carias Andino National Stadium

    Soccer fan? Dress up and see the real Latino-Americano excited atmosphere. Roaring crowds supporting their teams… great vibe!

  • Mall Multiplaza

    Shop your day away in this smart and cool shopping mall where you can get a lot of discounts and bargains.

  • Suyapa Basilica

    Lady of Suyapa is the Patroness of Honduras and her church is the most favourite spot for pilgrimages. Look for her little statue.

  • National Identity Museum

    Considered to be one of the best museums in the country! Exhibitions on Honduran history and arts.

  • National Autonomous University of Honduras

    The most famous university of the country whose campuses are spread out all over the state. The base is here in Tegucigalpa.

  • Metropolitan Cathedral

    The cathedral was declared a national monument in 1967 and it is a very popular and important architectural building.

  • El Carmen Church

    See this beautiful monumental white washed church in Gothic style. You might get lucky and see a Honduran wedding here!

  • San Francisco Church

    One of the oldest churches in Honduras even wins over the age of the Catedral. It is an orange-coloured building with simple design.

  • National Library

    A dream come true for many. This library gathers more than 40 000 volumes of books and magazines. It collects all the published titles.

  • Honduran Institute of Anthropology & History

    The valuable work of this institute can be seen in its museum which presents the history of Honduran people. History lovers welcome!

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