The Fundacion Turismo [Tourism Foundation] in Cuenca has prepared a tour to take visitors to see the 54 temples of the city, religious museums, nunneries, viewing the Via Crucis on the Holy Friday, and other events during Holy Week festivities. The foundation has the coordinated support of the Hotel Association of Azuay and the Archdioceses of Cuenca. They presented a schedule for the activities to be carried out starting from Friday, March 30 to Easter Sunday. “The activities were promoted previously in the cities of Machala and Guayaquil, two of the main markets for national tourists for this city,” stated…
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