Built in the 1500's as a private chapel and mausoleum for two wealthy families, the Ovando and Davila. Over the centuries, public masses were held here. The current building is a bit newer, after the original was torn down in 1884 and rebuilt.
You may enjoy staying in Zona Colonial if you plan on visiting Capilla de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, since travelers to this area of the Dominican Republic will be pleased to have convenient access to the historical site for the duration of their trip. If you want to stay somewhere close to this historical site, you'll enjoy a fair number of places to stay in the area.
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|Casa Dona Elvira||B & B||0.0 mi. (0.3 km)||W|
|Mercure Comercial Santo Domingo||Hotel||0.1 mi. (0.1 km)||NE|
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|Hotel Palacio||Hotel||0.2 mi. (0.1 km)||N|
|Hotel Conde De Penalba||Hotel||0.2 mi. (0.1 km)||NE|
|Hodelpa Caribe Colonial||Hotel||0.3 mi. (0.2 km)||NE|
If you find your belly rumbling after your visit here, don't worry -- there is a broad selection of dining possibilities within traveling distance. The most nearby place to eat is, which serves Mexican dishes. Also near Capilla de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios you and your party will find options such as and where you should try a bite of International meals and enjoy the culture of the Dominican Republic.
While it is less than two centuries old, the modern chapel as kept the style of its original. It is build in traditional Gothic style, though with some modern additions. The signature three leveled belfry is still there though.
Admission into the chapel is free, though they do appreciate all donations.
Phone Number: (809) 686-8657 Or (809) 541-5652
Location: Calle Las Damas corner of Mercedes, Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic
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