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Loja is a city in the south of the Andean Highlands region of Ecuador.
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Points of Interest in Loja
There are various beautiful squares and churches, with arcades to protect you from the rain. Plaza San Francisco is particularly nice.
- Pio Jaramillo Alvarado Museum of Music of the Central Culture (Museo de la Música del Centro Cultural Pio Jaramillo Alvarado), Bernardo Valdiviezo (between Rocafuerte and Miguel Riofrío). Inaugurated in 2004, it contains permanent exhibits on lojano music and composers, a concert hall, an area for temporary exhibits, a cafeteria, and a small music shop.
- Madres Conceptas Museum (Museo de las Madres Conceptas), 10 de Agosto at Bernardo Valdiviezo. Museum housed in the Hermanas Concepcionistas Monastery, the second oldest in the country. It was constructed at the end of the 16th century.
- Museum of the Central Bank of Ecuador (Museo del Banco Central del Ecuador), 10 de Agosto (between Bernardo Valdiviezo and Bolívar). This archeological museum focuses on the colonial history of the area.
- Lojanidad Archeological Museum (Museo Arqueológica y Lojanidad), Barrio San Cayetano (on the campus of Loja Technical University - UTPL).
- Door of the City Museum (Museo de la Puerta de la Ciudad). This museum seeks to recreate the history of the city, but also has exhibits showcasing local painting, sculpture, and photography.
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- Roma Pizza, Av. Cuxibamba y Gran Colombia (frente al puente de Lea), ☎ 072583520. Very good pizzas and pastas. The salads are amazing. Open until late. Pizzas / pastas 5-7$. Drinks 0.5$ - 2$.
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