Santa Rosa de Lima de Abiquiú
located within walking distance of Old Abiquiú B&B

Today, only ruined walls and adobe mounds remain of the once-thriving Plaza of Santa Rosa de Lima de Abiquiú. The remnant of the Chapel dedicated to the former village’s patron saint, Santa Rosa, who is celebrated each year on August 23rd beginning with the carrying of the statue of Santa Rosa to and from the Santo Tomás Church.  The ruin consists of the north wall of the nave, with a doorway leading to what was once the sacristy. The mounds indicate where some of the settlers’ houses once stood.





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